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Re: Pressing need for exclusive locking

From: <e.huelsmann_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2003-09-03 22:17:20 CEST

Ronald,

You can always submit a patch to the locking plan to be sure that the lease
based model is registered as an option...

bye,

Erik.

PS: I can't commit it as I don't have commit access, but I'm sure someone
will want to do it..

> "Ronald Cannes" <roncannes@hotmail.com> writes:
>
> > >But rather than debate this -- look at the locking-plan.txt. It's
> > >modeled after the DAV lock specification, which allows both kinds of
> > >locks.
> >
> > Since you discourage further discussion I assume there has already
> > been made a decision on how this is going to be solved?
>
> I was just discouraging people from arguing about whether locks should
> be breakable or not, that's all. :-)
>
> >
> > That's very, very sad, since the locking-plan document doesn't address
> > the problems with locking we've discussed. I urge you guys to rethink
> > this issue before you start the implementation of such an important
> > feature (at least to some of us.)
>
> The lease-based model sounds like it may be very useful. Nobody is
> closing the door on that idea. When the community sits down someday
> to actually start implementing locking features (post-1.0), we'll
> definitely re-discuss everything, including your idea. That
> locking-plan.txt isn't the gospel; it's just a "capture" of previous
> discussion.
>
> But at the moment, we're all gunning very hard toward 1.0, and aren't
> discussing or working on new features. That's the only reason you're
> not getting a huge groundswell of reaction at the moment. It's not
> that anyone is against lease-based locking, we're just not thinking
> about locking at all right now. We're closing 1.0 bugs.
>
>
>
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