You can see links to the new pages in this issue: https://github.com/LuxCoreRender/BlendLuxCore/issues/44
It's really amazing how much you can write on even a setting as mundane as the "film refresh interval"...
If you find issues, spelling mistakes, horrible english etc. please tell me so I can fix it.BYOB in the wiki wrote:Final Refresh Interval: How often to update the film during final render, in seconds. The update refreshes all AOVs (passes) of the render layer that is currently being rendered. For long renders, it is recommended to use a long refresh interval, e.g. 600 (10 minutes) because it costs a bit of CPU time to perform the update. Note that during the first few seconds of rendering, the image refreshes much more often to give you a good quick preview (this behaviour is disabled when rendering animations). This value can be changed during a final render. If you change other settings during final render where this is possible, for example tonemapping or light groups, a film refresh will be forced automatically so you don't have to wait for the next scheduled film refresh.
Or, even better, you can create an account and start editing yourself.