On the Nautilus file manager, when copying any file to a flash drive, the progress bar will immediately go to 100%, signifying the transfer has completed. The issue is that the files have only been written to cache, and are still being transferred from cache to disk.
Is there any way to make Nautilus 'cache aware' so it would only show progress of data actually copied to the drive? Failing that, is there any way to reduce the write cache of USB devices ONLY to around ~5MB so that the progress bar will actually do its job?
Currently on Ubuntu 20.04 with 16GB RAM
Edit: I'm not looking to completely disable cache, nor do I want to manually adjust mount options for each device.