FAQ

On Mon, 12 May 1997, Vadim B. Mikheev wrote:
Redo Cache

The online redo log files record all the changes made to user objects
and system objects. Before the changes are written out to the redo
logs, Oracle stores them in the redo cache memory area. For example,
the entries in the redo log cache are written down to the online redo
logs when the cache becomes full or when a transaction issues a
commit. The entries for more than one transaction can be included
together in the same disk write to the redo log files.
-- it doesn't concern us.
Why not?

</chris>
Postgres doesn't have a redo log. :)


darrenk

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