IPC::Locker - Distributed lock handler River stage zero No dependents

IPC::Locker will query a remote lockerd server to obtain a lock around a critical section. When the critical section completes, the lock may be returned. This is useful for distributed utilities which run on many machines, and cannot use file locks o...

WSNYDER/IPC-Locker-1.496 - 26 Apr 2017 16:17:07 GMT

IPC::Locker::Server - Distributed lock handler server River stage zero No dependents

IPC::Locker::Server provides the server for the IPC::Locker package. new ([parameter=>value ...]); Creates a server object. start_server ([parameter=>value ...]); Starts the server. Does not return....

WSNYDER/IPC-Locker-1.496 - 26 Apr 2017 16:17:07 GMT

IPC::PidStat - Process ID existence test River stage zero No dependents

IPC::PidStat allows remote requests to be made to the pidstatd, to determine if a PID is running on the daemon's machine. PidStat uses UDP, and as such results are fast but may be unreliable. Furthermore, the pidstatd may not even be running on the r...

WSNYDER/IPC-Locker-1.496 - 26 Apr 2017 16:17:07 GMT

IPC::PidStat::PidServer - Process ID existence server River stage zero No dependents

IPC::PidStat::PidServer responds to UDP requests that contain a PID with a packet indicating the PID and if the PID currently exists. The Perl IPC::Locker package optionally uses this daemon to break locks for PIDs that no longer exists. new ([parame...

WSNYDER/IPC-Locker-1.496 - 26 Apr 2017 16:17:07 GMT

IPC::Lock::RabbitMQ::Lock - Simple and reliable scoped locking for coarse grained locks. River stage zero No dependents

See IPC::Lock::RabbitMQ...

BOBTFISH/IPC-Lock-RabbitMQ-0.007 - 11 May 2012 15:47:05 GMT

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