> Try this link and look at the utility called Sync 2.0.
> I think you'll find it interesting. It let's you force NT to flush it's
> buffers to disk. You could use this in a call from a UDF or just run it at
> set times.
That works great. Its a shame it does it for all processes, but it might be
a solution in my case
8:34pm up 34 days, 13:45, 1 user, load average: 1.42, 0.48, 0.19