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From Damien Tacheron <dtache...@sqli.com>
Subject Re: [io] FileMonitor. How to deal with a huge file whom copy is longer than file monitor checkAndNotify call frequency
Date Wed, 27 Apr 2011 14:58:06 GMT
It works fine.

Thanks a lot

 *Damien Tacheron*
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2011/4/27 JavaDev7 <user100001@post.sk>

> Hi,
>
> on windows, it is simple to detect if file was copied or is copying..
> You should start thread and check if you can obtain lock on file if not
> you sleep on some period and then try again..
>
> Try:
> FileChannel fileChannel = file.getChannel();
>  fileLock = fileChannel.tryLock();
>            if (fileLock != null){
>                System.out.println("File is locked");
>                accessTheLockedFile();
>            }
>
> Here is link with sample code:
> http://www.javabeat.net/tips/37-locking-files-using-java.html
>
> The problem is on linux where you can obtain lock on copying file..
> We solved this problem by renaming file with correct extension after
> copying
> was complete...
>
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