>Only file level locking is permitted. You can only open the
>file IF you get
>the lock. And be sure to close the file before releasing the
>lock. Make sure
>that all accesses to the file use the SAME lock technique.
You need a file descriptor to lock the file, don't you? That's assuming that
you intend to use lockd locking.
>We just don't mix multiple client access to the same file, unless everybody
>is only reading that file.
When the writer closes the file, how do you make the readers see the latest
changes (assuming that you always open/close files per transaction type).
Thanks a lot.
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