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MROW Locking

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Can anyone direct me to a good resource on how to do MROW Locking
efficiently in Python. The recipe at http://aspn.activestate.com/ASPN/Coo.../Recipe/413393
is actually quite inefficient (not sure if it is the code or MROW
itself).

I have a dictionary (a cache lets say or some sort of index) which
needs to be accessed by multiple threads. Most of the time its just
being read. Very rarely, I have to iterate over it (sometimes writing,
mostly reading), sometimes I have to update a single entry or multiple
entries (ala dict.update()). I'd like to know the best way to make
this happen (i.e. is MROW really what I am looking for or is there
something else?).

Is there a good way to do this using the in-built Lock and RLock
objects?
This project is part of a commercial database product.

Prateek

May 6 '07 #1
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