Latest version: 1.2
synchronize file's in-core state with storage device
If system service is interrupted at the wrong moment (eg crash or power fail)
what is in the filesystem on reboot might inconsistent. This is especially
true with files in the process of being updated; eg where a modified copy of a
file is created that is then renamed over the original.
Flushing blocks to disk can help to avoid problems.
This is a command line interface to the fsync(2) and fdatasync(2) system calls.
If you want to know more see fsync-1.2.READMEYou may download this software in a variety of formats. Some are specific to particular operating systems or architectures, see below:
|CentOS 6 i686||fsync-1.1-1.1.i686.rpm||Fri Oct 19 2018|
|CentOS 7 x86_64||fsync-1.1-1.1.x86_64.rpm||Wed Jun 17 2015|
|CentOS 8 x86_64||fsync-1.2-1.1.x86_64.rpm||Wed Nov 20 2019|
|CentOS 8 src||fsync-1.2-1.1.src.rpm||Wed Nov 20 2019|
|CentOS 8 tar||fsync-1.2-1.1.tar.gz||Wed Nov 20 2019|
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