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From:Reindl Harald Date:April 17 2014 8:45am
Subject:Re: Difference between log-buffer "flushing" and "log-buffer" syncing?
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Am 17.04.2014 10:37, schrieb Ajay Garg:
> I am a newbie to MySQL, and have been going through several online
> resources.
> 
> I usually come across the terms - "flushing" and "syncing" the log-buffer.
> In particular, these two terms hold great significance while selecting the
> value of
> "innodb_flush_log_at_trx_commit<http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/4.1/en/innodb-parameters.html#sysvar_innodb_flush_log_at_trx_commit>
> ".
> 
> So, I will be grateful if I could gain some light on the differences
> between the two terms


SYNC(1)                                                User Commands
 SYNC(1)

NAME
       sync - flush file system buffers

SYNOPSIS
       sync [OPTION]

DESCRIPTION
       Force changed blocks to disk, update the super block.



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Difference between log-buffer "flushing" and "log-buffer" syncing?Ajay Garg17 Apr 2014
  • Re: Difference between log-buffer "flushing" and "log-buffer" syncing?Reindl Harald17 Apr 2014
    • Re: Difference between log-buffer "flushing" and "log-buffer" syncing?Ajay Garg17 Apr 2014
      • Re: Difference between log-buffer "flushing" and "log-buffer" syncing?Reindl Harald17 Apr 2014
        • Re: Difference between log-buffer "flushing" and "log-buffer" syncing?Ajay Garg17 Apr 2014
          • Re: Difference between log-buffer "flushing" and "log-buffer" syncing?Manuel Arostegui17 Apr 2014
            • Re: Difference between log-buffer "flushing" and "log-buffer" syncing?Ajay Garg17 Apr 2014