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Old 10-12-2005, 01:30 AM   #1
mrdata
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oplocks - Foxpro data corruption ??


I have been a DOS 'Clipper' and MS 'FoxPro' programmer for many years.
My client has recently move to a linx server "specifically Net Integration"
from that time my data tables keep becoming corrupt, more over (n) number
of records are clipped from the end of the file.

I would like a qualified opinion of the oplock setting
should it be turned off or on

Thank you
Bob Cain

Mr.Data, Inc.
Robert Cain
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503-590-7722
503-810-2710 cell
bobc@mrdata2000.com
 
Old 10-13-2005, 11:58 AM   #2
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Turn off all oplocks, even fake oplocking, strict file locking.

I assume this is a multiuser database/ program?
 
  


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