I am saying we always immediately write to the fs. So the question is is it
possible with delayed allocation in ext4 to do a successful write that
later cannot be flushed to disk due to running out of space? I don't know
the answer to this, though I would hope it is not possible.

Basically if our write to the fs succeeds and replicas acknowledge then we
send back the ack.

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