Zdenek Kotala wrote:
> Bruce Momjian wrote:
> > Zdenek Kotala wrote:
> >> I add few sentences how to write cache works on Solaris platform.
> > I have updated our documentation with the attached patch. I was able to
> > verify all the information in this change.
> > I changed your original wording because the statement that UFS turns off
> > write cache seemed unclear because the file system seems independent of
> > the disk write cache. (What happens if you have UFS and ZFS on the same
> > drive?)
> You are right UFS does not modify (write) cache setting and it is usually
> disabled by default on most disks. If ZFS and UFS are on same disk, than ZFS
> don't enable disk cache. It is a reason why put ZFS on separate disk is better. See
> > Anyway I think the attached wording is fine.
> Yes, it is.
> PS: There are some articles about ZFS.
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