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Re: Write cache
Posted by: James Day ()
Date: July 18, 2007 02:05PM

Best guess is that the controllers didn't bother to turn off the hard drive write caches and lost what they wrote just before the power loss. You may have to connect the drive to a dumb controller just to be able to get at the drive and change its settings.

It does help a lot of you have high transaction commit rates but you definitely can't trust the controller and drive makers to get it right.

James Day, Support Engineer, MySQL AB

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Write cache 2451 Ugo Bellavance 07/11/2007 02:50PM
Re: Write cache 1744 Ugo Bellavance 07/12/2007 05:22AM
Re: Write cache 1615 Bob Bankay 07/12/2007 12:01PM
Re: Write cache 1766 James Day 07/18/2007 02:05PM
Re: Write cache 6301 James Day 07/18/2007 02:02PM
Re: Write cache 1502 Ugo Bellavance 11/14/2007 09:53AM

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