Re: [sqlite] shared-cache mode and firefox

2006-12-06 Thread Jay Sprenkle
Thanks Vitali, and Trevor. I'll poke them instead ;) > Firefox is now using sqlite. They use shared-cache mode because they want it > to work over networked drives and they don't want to pay for the > latency involved. The "shared cache mode" in sqlite only changes certain behavior for threads

Re: [sqlite] shared-cache mode and firefox

2006-12-06 Thread Trevor Talbot
On 12/6/06, Jay Sprenkle <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: Firefox is now using sqlite. They use shared-cache mode because they want it to work over networked drives and they don't want to pay for the latency involved. The "shared cache mode" in sqlite only changes certain behavior for threads in

Re: [sqlite] shared-cache mode and firefox

2006-12-06 Thread Vitali Lovich
http://www.sqlite.org/sharedcache.html It's controlled at runtime by the function int sqlite3_enable_shared_cache(int); Thus that behaviour is probably controlled by Firefox (assuming it uses a version of sqlite with cache support compiled in). You'd have to ask them. Jay Sprenkle wrote:

[sqlite] shared-cache mode and firefox

2006-12-06 Thread Jay Sprenkle
Good evening, I'd like to make a request for the next version of sqlite. It's a big change and will probably get shot down, but you won't know until you ask. Firefox is now using sqlite. They use shared-cache mode because they want it to work over networked drives and they don't want to pay for