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Re: How to reduce number of locks
Posted by: Mike Hillyer
Date: November 09, 2004 10:25AM

Because then the writes are occuring in the same part of the file as the reads. When there are no holes to fill the reading threads know where to stop reading without reading something in the process of being written.

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