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Old 03-19-2008, 09:35 PM
Joel Becker
Default libdlm dlm_ls_lock_wait() doesn't.

Another problem I've run into with libdlm - call
dlm_ls_lock_wait() on a lock that another node holds, and it returns
instead of blocking. This is not a trylock (LKF_NOQUEUE). Trylocks
work as expected. A blocking lock attempt does not block, it just
fails. I haven't had the time to nail it yet, so if you get there
first, excellent.



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