[erlang-questions] ownership of an ets table

Ahmed Omar spawn.think@REDACTED
Thu Nov 4 16:47:38 CET 2010

No. Public has nothing to do with ownership, it has to do with permissions.
You can just make sure the process owns the table won't crash. Also you can
use the option *heir* to transfer ownership at that process termination.
On Thu, Nov 4, 2010 at 3:54 PM, Morten Krogh <mk@REDACTED> wrote:

> Hi
> Can an ets table not live without an owner?
> Can't public ets tables, at least, live witout an owner?
> How do you do when you want a long lived public table? Do you create a
> dummy process just because of this?
> regards,
> Morten.
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