On Oct 12, 2006, at 5:01 PM, Tres Seaver wrote:
+1. Sessions might be a good example of a storage using
'fsync-behavior=None': you would get the speedup, and the ability to
survive a restart, without needing to treat the data as "precious".
This is an interesting point, and it makes me wonder if
there would be interest having the fsync behavior vary on
a per-transaction basis instead of a per-storage basis.
Maybe the client submitting transactions that are just
Session-like changes could include a message to the server
indicating that this transaction is not precious.
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