Indeed, it's very similar to the 10gr2 addition.
Durable commits set to false in TimesTen sounds a lot like 'commit write nowait' in Oracle 10g, except that in Oracle you can control it on as fine-grained a basis as per individual transaction.
Jeremiah Wilton ORA-600 Consulting http://www.ora-600.net
________________________________________ From: Ghassan Salem Sent: Thursday, May 25, 2006 12:55 PM
In TimesTen, you have much finer control over commits. When you create a db, you can specify 'durable commits=true', which means that every commit insures that redolog is written to disk. You can put it to false, and the redolog is written asynchronuously from the commit. But you can issue a redolog sync from your program whenever you want.