On 08/06/2012 10:06 PM, Erik Trimble wrote:
Honestly, I don't think this last point can be emphasized enough. SSDs of all flavors and manufacturers have a track record of *consistently* lying when returning from a cache flush command. There might exist somebody out there who actually does it across all products, but I've tested and used enough of the variety (both Consumer and Enterprise) to NOT trust any SSD that tells you it actually flushed out its local cache.

Anyone know if Seagate pulsar's lie about cache flush's?



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