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From "Garth Pickell (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Updated] (CASSANDRA-9951) For opening files, change over usages of java.io.* to java.nio.file.Files counterparts to achieve standard behavior with Windows IFS.
Date Sat, 01 Aug 2015 14:38:04 GMT

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Garth Pickell updated CASSANDRA-9951:
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    Description: 
So in windows, the JVM tends to open files without FILE_SHARE_DELETE when using the older
java.io.* components. This, I think, is a problem for Cassandra in that:

a) it is not standard behavior.
b) Cassandra kind of relies on this a lot.

However, if you use the java.nio.file.Files class instead for opening files. These methods
use FILE_SHARE_DELETE.

I have personally tested this, and I have done some poking around in the Cassandra source
which leads me to believe that changing over these usages would be relatively easy.

  was:
So in windows, the JVM tends to open files without FILE_SHARE_DELETE when using the older
java.io.* components. This, I think, is a problem for Cassandra in that:

a) it is not standard behavior.
b) Cassandra kind of relies on this a lot.

However, if you use the java.nio.file.Files class instead for opening files. These methods
use FILE_SHARE_DELETE.

I have personally tested this.


> For opening files, change over usages of java.io.* to java.nio.file.Files counterparts
to achieve standard behavior with Windows IFS.
> -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: CASSANDRA-9951
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/CASSANDRA-9951
>             Project: Cassandra
>          Issue Type: Improvement
>          Components: Core
>            Reporter: Garth Pickell
>
> So in windows, the JVM tends to open files without FILE_SHARE_DELETE when using the older
java.io.* components. This, I think, is a problem for Cassandra in that:
> a) it is not standard behavior.
> b) Cassandra kind of relies on this a lot.
> However, if you use the java.nio.file.Files class instead for opening files. These methods
use FILE_SHARE_DELETE.
> I have personally tested this, and I have done some poking around in the Cassandra source
which leads me to believe that changing over these usages would be relatively easy.



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