> It would be an interesting comparison for you to roll the file
> descriptor tracking changes into the Unix side of the tree and use
> fsync() or fdatasync() in place of FlushFileBuffers() on the Unix side
> (you'd have to remove or disable the code that does a sync() of
> course).  If the end result yields no data corruption issues during
> powerfail testing on various Unix platforms then it's reasonably
> likely that the problem you're experiencing on the Windows side is
> with the underlying Windows platform and not with your code.

Sounds like an idea. I'll do it if I have a spare time.
Tatsuo Ishii

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