Cyrus IMAPd 2.2.8 - DBERROR db4: 25 lockers
Henrique de Moraes Holschuh
hmh at debian.org
Tue Oct 12 14:14:21 EDT 2004
On Tue, 12 Oct 2004, Igor Brezac wrote:
> No, a lock (a locker to be more precise) is released when the process
> exits. You will get a locker leak if you manually kill the process. I
I see. A locker isn't a lock, but access to the locks themselves?
I should go read the DB3/DB4.2 API docs. But they are quite horrid, bleah.
> suppose this is a bug.
Only if a locker precludes other lockers to work (e.g. by holding an
exclusive lock) when it should not been doing so.
> True, and the process will hold a locker (maybe more, depending on how
> many database files the process needs to open) during its lifetime.
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