Subject Re: [ib-support] When do FB/IB 'flush' to disk?
Author Daniel Rail
At 03/12/2001 10:05 PM, you wrote:
>At 07:18 PM 03-12-01 -0500, Ann H wrote:
> >At 05:25 PM 12/3/2001 -0400, Daniel Rail wrote:
> >
> > >I've just done some research on MSDN's website and found a function that
> > >flushes a file from memory to disk. The function is
> > >"FlushFileBuffers".
> >
> >Daniel,
> >
> > Thanks enormously. That looks like just the thing. I do love
> >open source.
>So do I! I hope people don't mind that I've let this topic keep evolving
>in ib-support - this way we are getting input from Windows people which,
>alas, we often fail to get in firebird-devel....
Ann and Helen,

I like to help when I can and I love Firebird.

I just subscribed to firebird-devel and the subjects are intersting. I
don't have the time to make any development for Firebird, but I am a user
and develop with it using Delphi and IBO. But, I can take a little time to
do some research like this one or give my feedback on something. It's been
over 6 years since I've programmed in C++ and I don't have a C++ compiler
for Windows either.

I will be following the firebird-devel group with interest.

Have a nice day.

Daniel Rail
Senior System Engineer
ACCRA Group Inc. (
ACCRA Med Software Inc. (