AIX, C Language, Multi-process : fopen(..."a+") and mv

AIX, C Language, Multi-process : fopen(..."a+") and mv

Post by Goulven PERO » Tue, 23 Mar 1999 04:00:00

Is it correct to write rows at the end of a file (opened in a+ mode) and,
simultaneously, to move it (with AIX mv command) in an other directory.

May rows be lost ? Is it possible that something wrong happens ?

According to me, the first process which discovers that the file has been
moved, creates it and stores its row in the new file. Is that true ?




1. Type "(", ")" and "{", "}" in X...


When i start a shell under X, i can type all characters on my keyboard,
the same when i start the simple editor, but when i start Forte (Java
IDE) written in Java i cant use the "(", ")", "{", "}" and allmost none
of the characters that are located on the same key as a number...

Does anybody have an idea what i can do about that... could it be
something with programs written in Java..?


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