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    • Howard Chu's avatar
      ITS#8324 fix a6ccef73 · 8f88b1b0
      Howard Chu authored
      Removing the WRITEMAP test dropped this into the MDB_VL32 code path,
      which was wrong.
      8f88b1b0
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    • Howard Chu's avatar
      ITS#8324 fix c4e31434 · a6ccef73
      Howard Chu authored
      Actually, there is no guarantee that Windows will map newly written
      data, so we need VirtualAlloc even for non-WRITEMAP.
      a6ccef73
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      ITS#8324 fix for WRITEMAP · 209b56fe
      Howard Chu authored
      We called FlushViewOfFile with (map,mapsize) which worked fine
      when we had allocated the entire map already. Now we have to make
      sure to only flush as much as was actually written. Add a numpgs
      argument to tell how much to flush in env_sync0().
      209b56fe
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