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High load concurrency issues #86

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MarkusQ opened this Issue Sep 9, 2011 · 6 comments

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MarkusQ commented Sep 9, 2011

There are a few remaining tree corruption race condition issues similar to those fixed in #33 which typically only manifest after sustained periods of heavy load, though having a run of bad luck or doing lots of concurrent deletion of non-trivial trees can also expose them.

I have a proposed fix which I will post as soon as it passes another round of load testing (sometime this evening).

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parndt commented Oct 21, 2011

@MarkusQ what became of this? Would you like to turn it into a pull request?

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MarkusQ commented Jan 13, 2012

@parndt --

Yeah, my intent is to turn it into a pull request; sorry about the delay. I'd hit an additional case that I wanted to include, got caught up in some "needs to be done yesterday" work and then hit some health issues. I haven't forgotten it though.
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parndt commented Mar 19, 2012

No problem

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vishakhasawant commented Aug 5, 2013

Is this pull request resolved the issue?

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parndt commented Aug 5, 2013

Yes, believe so, thanks!

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