Kathryn Cassidy wrote:
> I'm not going to post the perl script 'cos it's bloody long, but if anyone
> can think of any webserver related (as opposed to perl related) reasons why
> something like this might occur I'd be eternally grateful if you could pass
> them on. Alternatively if you're all sure that there's no webserver
> setting that could be causing this then I'll feel a bit happier about
> ruling it out and going back to combing through that poxy perl script...
Hmm - sounds like you've two processes simultaneously trying to write to
You are implementing flocking aren't you?
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