> > > So far we found interesting facts. Our Win32 port passes his
> > > test in most cases. However if power of the machine is turned
> > > off right after (10 to 20 seconds) the Checkpoint has been
> > > made, it does not passes his test. So we are thinking that
> > > there is someting wrong with the checkpoint implementaion for
> > > Win32 port, which is essentially same as Jan's
> > > implementation. i.e. using _flushall() instead of sync(). We
> > > were looking for a fix or an alternative implementaion of
> > > sync() without success.
> > Hi Tatsuo,
> > Does this help:
> > http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;66052
> OMG, I'm rolling. You have to connect to the COMMODE.OBJ to fix a
> flushing problem. Someone at MS has a sense of humor. I thought running
> PHP on crack was funny (i.e. --with-crack switch to turn on cracklib) but
> this one is even better.
We have tried COMMODE.OBJ already. It seems that does not help at all.
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