What are the implications of reducing the MinFlushDelayMs setting, and does this setting introduce latency? This is for a cluster using high performance SSD storage on Windows.

Thanks, Tim.

It won't introduce latency but may have an affect on throughput. The
best way to consider it is that you have a queue. When reading off
this queue and writing to your buffer you flush if the queue is empty.
There is also a setting to make you flush periodically (this is where
this setting comes in to play). I allows you to prevent flushes from
happening too often on a highly busy system.

I should add it won't add latency under a normal case but will under a
heavy load (while also increasing throughput)