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Re: NFS lockfiles etc: alpha implementation



Also check with Philip Hazel ph10@cus.cam.ac.uk who has done a significant
amount of research on that issue for exim.
The locking code in exim is probably the newest, most up to date code I know.

In article <5ojal8$1s1$1@Q.cistron.nl> you wrote:
: After all the talk about NFS lockfiles etc, and checking out
: Lars's "publib", I decided to write the locking functions
: from scratch. Well not totally, it's partially based on the
: qpopper locking stuff (which I also wrote).

: ftp://ftp.cistron.nl/pub/people/miquels/testing/liblockfile-0.1.tar.gz

: I still need to write manpages and documentation, and I need to
: debianize the package, but I think the locking functions are OK.

: Please check it out and send any comments to the list.

: Mike.
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