SN5.0.0: "you already have project xxx open on this machine"
Thu Mar 14 13:39:00 GMT 2002
Examining the source, I find lock file management in snavigator/db/dbimp.c
where db_prefix is "directory/project_name". So it appears to create a file
directory/project.lck which contains the user/pid/etc of the locking user.
I don't see any other references to file locking, besides those in this
From: Charles Manning
Sent: Tuesday, 12 March 2002 12:50
Subject: Re: SN5.0.0: "you already have project xxx open on this
On Tue, 12 Mar 2002 08:33, Khamis Abuelkomboz wrote:
> I didn't see the reply to your question. It was in the past so, that SN
> has created a .lck file.
> But in the new release the information the project is being opened is
> ?stored? in the
> project file itself.
> I came sometimes into this problem and had the only chance to recreate
> the project.
I thought this might be the case:
It would be nice to know which bytes in the file are the lock bytes. That
would allow a fast and nasty way to fix the problem.
> Charles Manning wrote:
> >Thanx for the previous help on this. I sent a thanx message to to the
> > reply address (email@example.com) but that bounced.
> >Anyway I came across the problem again and there was no .lock file in the
> >.snprj directory.
> >I also deleted the ~/.sn stuff. Still no go :-(.
> >Any more pointers?
> >-- CHarles
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