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iob_reset - reset an I/O batch
void iob_reset(io_batch* b);
iob_free empties the list of transactions in an I/O batch. Files added
with iob_addfile_close are closed, and buffer added with
iob_addbuf_free of iob_adds_free are freed.
The I/O batch itself is not freed. You can start adding transactions
to it again.
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