> Reading your mails about the pull-the-plug tests, I see that at least
> write caching enabled, fsync is more secure on win32 than open_sync.
> one should disable write caching for use with open_sync. Also
> seems to perform much better. All that information would be nice to
> the docs.
There are very little platform specific notes in the regular
documentation. Tbe best sync settings for performance and safety tend
to differ on various platforms.
There is a win32 faq; in the current state of things win32 specific
notes belongs there. I think a reasonable case could be made to move
various platform specific things into the regular documentation in a
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