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Re: Merge tracking: will SQLite make NFS sad?

From: Daniel Berlin <dberlin_at_dberlin.org>
Date: 2007-03-05 18:34:06 CET

> In my (albeit limited) experience of SQLite, it doesn't seem to attempt a
> great deal of concurrency (until recently, you could deadlock by deleting
> rows that you were currently iterating through with a SELECT).

They don't recommend it mainly for the same reasons nobody recommends
doing anything that requires locking over NFS:
Too many buggy locking implementations.

If you actually take a look at what sqlite does code wise, it requires
that exactly the same lock mechanisms work that we require work for
FSFS, so we're fine if FSFS would work.

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Received on Mon Mar 5 18:34:22 2007

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