> In most cases, it would be foolish to avoid: but there are cases where
> the data is CRC checked by the hardware/system already, so I'd like to
> make an option to turn this off, defaulting to on, for safety.

How would we know? What are those cases?

Sounds like a foot gun to me.


Joshua D. Drake

>> You may as well propose not writing WAL
>> at all (and no, I don't think it'd pass).
> That would undo all of my efforts, so no I wouldn't consider that.


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