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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 39971] - For efficiency, FileAppender should used buffered I/O for default
Date Tue, 14 Nov 2006 23:55:41 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From carnold@apache.org  2006-11-14 15:55 -------
Not having gone through the minutia, it doesn't seem acceptible to change the default for
bufferedIO, 
especially in 1.2 and likely not even in 1.3.  Of the universe of configurations that did
not explicitly specify 
bufferedIO, some didn't care, but some may have intended for bufferedIO to be false.

The partial interlocking of buffered IO and immediate flush seems ill-advised, particularly
since you could 
work around it (at least with explicit configuration), by calling setImmediateFlush() after
calling setFile().  I 
could not see modifying the behavior in 1.2, but maybe a case could be made for 1.3.

-1 for 1.2 and a -0 for 1.3.

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