Transactional filesystem access
Fri Mar 12 16:29:42 CET 2004
I have PidA in MachineA and PidB in machineB, both linked.
When PidB receives a message from PidA, PidB executes a write file accesss function
Suppose PidB takes T time to write to the file.
- What does it happens when an EXIT from PidA is received on time <T (while
the function in PidB is still executing)?
Is the file parcially written in some case?
- Has someone get around with this kind of situation when dealing with filesystem's access?
- Is some code in OTP I can use for this case?
again many thanks,
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