thanks for the clarification. I may need to add a custom
implementation of the VFS or a patch for the -shm files to be held on
Regarding the question, why I want to wrap reads in a transaction is,
because I don't know if there'll be a write as part of the transaction
Reads to not write to the WAL. But they might write to the shared-memory.
On Thu, Sep 16, 2010 at 1:16 PM, Martin C. wrote:
> I am using SQLite on a NAND based embedded system, and to ensure the
> lifetime of the NAND I need to optimize writes to the NAND.
> Can you
Just curious why you wrap your SELECT statement into a 'TRANSACTION' ...
[mailto:sqlite-users-boun...@sqlite.org] On Behalf Of Martin C.
Sent: quinta-feira, 16 de setembro de 2010 14:16
I am using SQLite on a NAND based embedded system, and to ensure the
lifetime of the NAND I need to optimize writes to the NAND.
Can you tell me, if a read-only transaction, by which I mean
SELECT * from SomeTable;
will cause any writes to the WAL?
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