Python fcntl.F_GETLK Examples

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Example #1
Source File:    From allura with Apache License 2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
def lock(self, cmd, owner, **kw):
        # The code here is much rather just a demonstration of the locking
        # API than something which actually was seen to be useful.

        # Advisory file locking is pretty messy in Unix, and the Python
        # interface to this doesn't make it better.
        # We can't do fcntl(2)/F_GETLK from Python in a platfrom independent
        # way. The following implementation *might* work under Linux.
        # if cmd == fcntl.F_GETLK:
        #     import struct
        #     lockdata = struct.pack('hhQQi', kw['l_type'], os.SEEK_SET,
        #                            kw['l_start'], kw['l_len'], kw['l_pid'])
        #     ld2 = fcntl.fcntl(self.fd, fcntl.F_GETLK, lockdata)
        #     flockfields = ('l_type', 'l_whence', 'l_start', 'l_len', 'l_pid')
        #     uld2 = struct.unpack('hhQQi', ld2)
        #     res = {}
        #     for i in xrange(len(uld2)):
        #          res[flockfields[i]] = uld2[i]
        #     return fuse.Flock(**res)

        # Convert fcntl-ish lock parameters to Python's weird
        # lockf(3)/flock(2) medley locking API...
        op = {fcntl.F_UNLCK: fcntl.LOCK_UN,
              fcntl.F_RDLCK: fcntl.LOCK_SH,
              fcntl.F_WRLCK: fcntl.LOCK_EX}[kw['l_type']]
        if cmd == fcntl.F_GETLK:
            return -errno.EOPNOTSUPP
        elif cmd == fcntl.F_SETLK:
            if op != fcntl.LOCK_UN:
                op |= fcntl.LOCK_NB
        elif cmd == fcntl.F_SETLKW:
            return -errno.EINVAL

        fcntl.lockf(self.fd, op, kw['l_start'], kw['l_len'])