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Investigate exactly what happens to PouchDB/LevelDB if Android kills our process #450

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yaronyg opened this issue Jan 15, 2016 · 0 comments
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@yaronyg yaronyg commented Jan 15, 2016

Right now we sort of assume that if Android kills the Thali process that it's o.k. because LevelDB uses write() system calls which are implemented in the kernel so if they are accepted then we should be good even if the process is killed. But we really need to test this to be sure.

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