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Old 05-19-2002
concurrent file access

I am fairly new to the Unix environment and need to understand how Unix handles concurrent access to files and how it differs to Win NT.
Any help would be greatly appriciated Smilie
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Old 05-25-2002
ntfs & ufs\nfs

(1) unix uses the concept of inodes to ref\deref. files
(2) unix default File System is UFS which is permissioned
& NFS, which ais a extra layer to make the filesystem\partition visilkbe to other system
(3) UFS & NFS can be unmounted & still made available..DOS\NTFS\NTFS5\FAT32 can't

read UNIS for Dummies for more information &

jasmine (SCSA & MCSE)
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