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Re: reader/writers lock/lockess - where to begin?

From: Paul <paulsnewsgroups_at_hotmail.com>
Date: Fri, 18 Mar 2005 13:35:11 +0000
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<wibble_at_wibble.org> wrote:

>I'm getting very interested in multiple reader/writer lock/lockless
>locking issues with regard to data structures.

>I'd like to find out what the state of the art is - in particular, with
>regard to supporting multiple concurrent writers.
>Any recommendations?

Go to www.ibphoenix.com and look at their docs section. There are articles there which explain Multi-Version Concurrency Control or Record Shadowing or Record Versioning (different names, same thing).

Paul...

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