> Philip Warner <pjw(at)rhyme(dot)com(dot)au> writes:
> > It may have been much earler in the debate, but has anyone checked to see
> > what the maximum possible gains might be - or is it self-evident to people
> > who know the code?
> fsync off provides an upper bound to the speed achievable from being
> smarter about when to fsync... I doubt that fsync-once-per-checkpoint
> would be much different.
That was my point, people should be doing fsync once per checkpoint
rather than never.
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