proftpd-mod-fsync 0.3-3 source package in Ubuntu


proftpd-mod-fsync (0.3-3) unstable; urgency=medium

  [ Francesco Paolo Lovergine ]
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 -- Hilmar Preusse <email address hidden>  Sat, 22 Aug 2020 23:50:27 +0200

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ProFTPD Maintainance Team on 2020-08-23
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ProFTPD Maintainance Team
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proftpd-mod-fsync_0.3-3.dsc 2.2 KiB 243915d2c9dbe66fdb83a2c472645bec6c294e0510c55cbc1cf6699401831bf3
proftpd-mod-fsync_0.3.orig.tar.gz 5.2 KiB 207ea8a3af32e5afac0a24226043fedfb767b7947befe1eeba2672519b44b374
proftpd-mod-fsync_0.3-3.debian.tar.xz 3.1 KiB defe2ca7112b80a3baf9964f5a7715d1f3d10bacc688801e326bb3d6bce4670b

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proftpd-mod-fsync: ProFTPD module mod_fsync

 The mod_fsync module attempts to prevent such bottlenecks by forcibly
 flushing to disk the buffers used for files open for writing after a
 certain number of bytes have been written (for example, after 128 KB
 has been written to a file). This prevents the buffer cache from being
 dominated by data from files being written, freeing up space for data
 for files being read.

proftpd-mod-fsync-dbgsym: debug symbols for proftpd-mod-fsync