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From Chris Dean <ctd...@sokitomi.com>
Subject Re: What happens if there is a collision?
Date Fri, 22 Oct 2010 06:18:43 GMT
Jérôme Verstrynge <jverstry@gmail.com> writes:
> You are making my point (lol). No matter what an application writes,
> it should re-read its owns write for determinism for a given timestamp
> when other application instances are writing in the same 'table'.

The timestamp is an ever increasing clock so I wouldn't expect two api
calls from the same machine in the same thread to have the same
timestamp.  It is perfectly allowed behavior for the read value to not
agree with the write value.

Cheers,
Chris Dean

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