Tom Lane wrote:
>Andreas Pflug <pgadmin(at)pse-consulting(dot)de> writes:
>>This would be the first time a SCSI disk lies about its write caching.
>>There are plenty of low-cost (i.e. IDE) disks out there having a hidden
>>write cache, but AFAIK a generic SCSI tool is usable to enable/disable
>>the write cache.
>A SCSI disk shouldn't lie about write completion in any case; there's no
>need to because the interface spec is inherently multi-threaded (unlike
>IDE). See past discussions.
Unless I am reading it wrong,
appears to suggest (page 5-21) that the write cache can be disabled. How
I am not sure - maybe using one of the tools Andreas mentioned.
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