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readonly means readonly no matter what?

I am looking for clarification.

When you specify readonly on, not matter what the database is readonly, even if
your access files allows writes?

Some like


# This  option  puts  the  database  into "read-only" mode.  Any attempts to
# modify  the  database  will return   an   "unwilling  to  perform"  error.
readonly       on

access to *
        by * write
        by * read

What wins? :-)

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