> It depends on the model. Consumer models are less likely to
> immediately flush. My understanding that this is done in part to do
> some write coalescing and reduce the number of P/E cycles. Enterprise
> models should either flush, or contain a super capacitor that provides
> enough power for the drive to complete writing any date in its buffer.
My Home Fusion SSD runs on banana peels and eggshells and uses a Flux
Capacitor. I've never had a failure.
zfs-discuss mailing list