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opening a file for relatively long time

 
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I need to open a file and process its data. It has large volume of data and the process takes long time while we process it and save it into backend. If my program has to open this file for at least 10 minutes while reading/processing it (it does not modify the file), will there be any I/O problem ?
 
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No, you can keep files open as long as you like.
 
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. . . as long as no other program requires access to that file.
 
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And you don't keep too many files open at the same time. The OS may not like that.
 
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But "too many" means keeping open thousands, if not tens of thousands of files at the same time (depending on the operating system).
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
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