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Subj:   Re: Diffrence between dbc.accesslog and dbc.logonoff
From:   Victor Sokovin

  In the otherhand, when dbc.logonoff is locked by a query [ delete from dbc.logonoff], a logon action was waiting until the lock was released.  

  Why is there a differrence across the two cases?  

Logon procedure is not just about inserting a record in dbc.logonoff. There can be a totally different logic than that of a simple SQL deadlock. No reason to expect the same behavior here.


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