perl-File-FcntlLock - Perl module for file locking with fcntl

Property Value
Distribution CentOS 7
Repository Atomic x86_64
Package name perl-File-FcntlLock
Package version 0.12
Package release
Package architecture x86_64
Package type rpm
Installed size 32.75 KB
Download size 20.64 KB
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FcntlLock is a module to do file locking in an object oriented
fashion using the fcntl(2) system call. This allows locks on parts
of a file as well as on the whole file and overcomes some known
problems with flock(2), on which Perl's flock() function is based.


Package Version Architecture Repository
perl-File-FcntlLock-0.22-6.el7.x86_64.rpm 0.22 x86_64 EPEL
perl-File-FcntlLock-0.12-13.el7.nux.x86_64.rpm 0.12 x86_64 Nux Dextop
perl-File-FcntlLock - - -


Name Value -
perl >= 5.006
perl(:MODULE_COMPAT_5.16.3) -
perl(Carp) -
perl(DynaLoader) -
perl(Errno) -
perl(Exporter) -
perl(POSIX) -
perl(strict) -
perl(warnings) -
rtld(GNU_HASH) -


Name Value
perl(File::FcntlLock) = 0.12
perl-File-FcntlLock =
perl-File-FcntlLock(x86-64) =


Type URL
Binary Package
Source Package

Install Howto

  1. Download latest atomic-release rpm from
  2. Install atomic-release rpm:
    # rpm -Uvh atomic-release*rpm
  3. Install perl-File-FcntlLock rpm package:
    # yum install perl-File-FcntlLock




2014-06-07 - Fedora Release Engineering <> - 0.12-11
- Rebuilt for
2013-08-03 - Fedora Release Engineering <> - 0.12-10
- Rebuilt for
2013-07-17 - Petr Pisar <> - 0.12-9
- Perl 5.18 rebuild

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