On 12 Nov 2010, at 4:44pm, Dennis Suehr wrote:
> Firstly, a bit more background information. The system will be running on
> Linux (kernel > 2.6.0) and all accesses to the database will be via local
> disk (ext3 or similar).
This allows me to be a little more precise about my answers, I
> However, I am surprised that it does not at least possess a
> list of all open handles to a given database. If I had that, then I could
> close all DB connections either before the delete or after. Are you sure
> that such a list does not exist?
If SQLite was able to obtain such list (not in
Many thanks for your prompt and thorough response.
Just a couple of follow-up questions if I may:
Firstly, a bit more background information. The system will be running on
Linux (kernel > 2.6.0) and all accesses to the database will be via local
disk (ext3 or similar).
1) I appreciate
Apologies if an answer to my query exists elsewhere. I have been searching
for a fair while without success.
I am building an SQLite interface as a C shared library and consequently
will have no knowledge or control of concurrent connections to any databases
which are created by it.
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