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Hard drive cache

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Hi,

Each hard drive now has some cache. Is it able to enable/disable it? Is the cache accessible from programmatic point of view?

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Hi,

It depends on both the manufacturer of the hard disk drive, as well as the Operating System you're programming in.

Good Luck,

- gurutc
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