log.flush

Flushes the log file for a specified window
Usage
log.flush [-w = <window_id>]
Description
Flushes the log file the current window or in the window specified by the -w switch.
If logging is not enabled in the specified window, this command does nothing.
If this command is never used, the log file is flushed at regulear file-size intervals, depending on the underlying IO subsystem. This is usually 4KB.
The "block flushing" is used to achieve a fast I/O on files, but may cause the last data block to be lost in case of a program crash.
Syntax Specification
log.flush [-w = <window_id>]
See also
$window, log.start, log.stop, window naming conventions documentation

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