I'm curious about write locks with MySQL and how they are prioritized with eachother. Specifically, I'm wondering if "low priority write" locks have lower priority than "normal" write locks, or if they are equal. The only documentation I can find states that the low priority locks have lower priority than read locks, allowing read locks to process first. But I can't find anything that states how they relate to other write locks. The point of this is that I'm looking for a way to "prioritize" write locks, and wondering if just the standard low priority lock will do what I'm …

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