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SubjectRe: Linux-2.4.0-test10

> The patch I sent fully implements O_SYNC (actually, it implements
> O_DSYNC, which is allowed to skip the inode sync if the only attribute
> which has changed is the timestamps) and fdatasync. It's easy for me
> to make the DSYNC selectable via sysctl for full SU compliance, and I
> know of other unixes that already do this --- you really don't want
> existing database applications suddenly to start seeking to the inode
> block for every O_SYNC write.

It looks to me like times updates are upper-bound by once per second,
no? So this should not be (big) issue.
I'm "In my country we have almost anarchy and I don't care."
Panos Katsaloulis describing me w.r.t. patents at
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