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// Copyright (c) 2016, the Dart project authors. Please see the AUTHORS file
// for details. All rights reserved. Use of this source code is governed by a
// BSD-style license that can be found in the LICENSE file.
// OtherResources=file_blocking_lock_script.dart
// This test works by spawning a new process running
// file_blocking_lock_script.dart, trading the file lock back and forth,
// writing bytes 1 ... 25 in order to the file. There are checks to ensure
// that the bytes are written in order, that one process doesn't write all the
// bytes and that a non-blocking lock fails such that a blocking lock must
// be taken, which succeeds.
import 'dart:async';
import 'dart:convert';
import 'dart:io';
import "package:async_helper/async_helper.dart";
import "package:expect/expect.dart";
import "package:path/path.dart";
// Check whether the file is locked or not.
runPeer(String path, int len, FileLock mode) {
var script =
var arguments = <String>[]
return Process.start(Platform.executable, arguments).then((process) {
process.stdout.transform(utf8.decoder).listen((data) {
process.stderr.transform(utf8.decoder).listen((data) {
return process;
const int peerTimeoutMilliseconds = 30000;
Future<bool> waitForPeer(RandomAccessFile raf, int length) async {
Stopwatch s = new Stopwatch();
while (true) {
await raf.unlock(0, length);
if (s.elapsedMilliseconds > peerTimeoutMilliseconds) {
return false;
try {
await raf.lock(FileLock.EXCLUSIVE, 0, length);
} on dynamic {
await raf.lock(FileLock.BLOCKING_EXCLUSIVE, 0, length);
return true;
testLockWholeFile() async {
const int length = 25;
Directory directory = await Directory.systemTemp.createTemp('dart_file_lock');
File file = new File(join(directory.path, "file"));
await file.writeAsBytes(new List.filled(length, 0));
var raf = await APPEND);
await raf.lock(FileLock.BLOCKING_EXCLUSIVE, 0, length);
Process peer = await runPeer(file.path, length, FileLock.BLOCKING_EXCLUSIVE);
// If the peer doesn't come up within the timeout, then give up on the test
// to avoid the test being flaky.
if (!await waitForPeer(raf, length)) {
await raf.close();
await directory.delete(recursive: true);
// Check that the peer wrote to the file.
int p = 0;
await raf.setPosition(0);
while (p < length) {
int at = await raf.readByte();
Expect.equals(1, at);
await raf.unlock(0, length);
// Check that the peer exited successfully.
int v = await peer.exitCode;
Expect.equals(0, v);
await raf.close();
await directory.delete(recursive: true);
main() async {
await testLockWholeFile();