I know that the physics of disc brakes are different than rim brakes, but the differences are not intuitive to me so I want to double-check this. I understand that one fail point of single walled rims is the spoke hole; that they are prone to cracking. Will this tendency be exacerbated by a disc brake (compared to a rim brake)?
FWIW, this is the front wheel I am thinking of.
EDIT: if the answer to the question is no, what do I do with the various yes answers that I find? For example from Park Tool's website:
A similar torsion or twisting load is applied through the spokes by rotor disc braking.... The rim caliper brakes, however, do not apply braking force through the spokes in the same way.
Am I confusing the discussion of load with the forces that cause a spoke nipple to crack the rim at the hole? Or is it, as @Rider_X says, that the forces are different but the differences are negligible?