ets concurrency

DANIESC SCHUTTE <>
Thu Jan 29 17:59:50 CET 2004


My understanding was that mnesia relies on DETS and not ETS which provides the ACID properties.

>>> Joachim Durchholz <> 01/29/04 06:41PM >>>
Ulf Wiger wrote:

> There is some support for avoiding a rehash while iterating over an 
> ets table. This is used by the ets:foldl and ets:foldr functions, but
> there is no table locking per se.

How does mnesia ensure ACID properties, if it can't rely on ETS?
I imagine one shouldn't directly access the ETS tables of mnesia, but
I'd like to know for sure :-)

Regards,
Jo
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