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    SubjectRe: Linux does not care for data integrity
    Bill Davidsen wrote:
    > This would change the meaning of fsync from "force out the data" to
    > "wait for the data to be written" in some implementations.

    This is the meaning of fsync: copies all in-core parts of a file to
    disk, and waits until the device reports that all parts are on stable
    storage.

    Anything less is a bug.

    Jeff


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