On Tuesday 27 November 2001 19:03, you wrote:
> I'd like to see what Phil reports with respect to his testing on Win2K
> before making a real issue of this...
A few small tests on W2K, seams to confirm the same results, but I shall run
the 'big' test overnight tonight.
It is a Windows 'feature', and can be simlulate in a Delphi app.....
- Create a text file manually
- Open the text file
- Write a good few MB of data to it
- Don't close the file handle
- Pull the power plug
The text file is empty after reboot. If you repeat the same test, but flush
the buffers every MB, no data is lost.
I rarly use FB/IB on Windows so haven't noticed this before.
Maybe something for the 'feature request list'; a background thread that
calls 'flush buffers' periodically when running with Forced Writes OFF
8:25pm up 34 days, 13:36, 1 user, load average: 0.80, 0.20, 0.06