Come to think of it, I guess a battery-backed cache will make fsync as fast as no fsync, right? So, the q was kinda stoopid... :-/


--On måndag, september 29, 2003 23.31.54 +0200 Palle Girgensohn <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

Stupid question, perhaps, but would a battery-backed cache make it safe
to set fsync=false in postgresql.conf?


--On söndag, september 28, 2003 13.07.57 +0100 Matt Clark

As others have mentioned, you really ought to get battery-backed cache if
you're doing any volume of writes.  The ability to do safe write-back
caching makes an *insane* difference to write performance.

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