table.sync() → object
sync ensures that writes on a given table are written to permanent storage. Queries that specify soft durability (
durability='soft') do not give such guarantees, so
sync can be used to ensure the state of these queries. A call to
sync does not return until all previous writes to the table are persisted.
If successful, the operation returns an object:
Example: After having updated multiple heroes with soft durability, we now want to wait until these changes are persisted.
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