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synchronized code in the cluster server

anil bisht
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Joined: Nov 04, 2000
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Hi
If i synchronize a code will it work in the cluster servers.
I have two cluster server. Here i have the generating a unique file name. I check in a directory, and if the file name is present i generate a unique fine name by appending the time stamp. So this code has to be synchronized.
Now my both the servers are mapped to a sinple directory. Will my synchronized code run??. as now both the server executes its own code independendtly, will the synchronized code be synchronized or both the servers will run it own code.

TIA
Anil
Ilja Preuss
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Synchronization doesn't work between different JVMs, only between threads in the same JVM.
Does that answer your question?


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