You can create a 'shared memory VFS' to share a memory database against
other thread / processes, and you can also 'copy' the RAW bytes of your
memory with memcpy from/to another storage to accomplish the serialize /
load you want to wire transfer SQLite memory databases. But this is not a
>> 1. As known, an InMemory-DB is currently not (much) faster
>>than working against a File.
>>With the new VFS I think, that much faster InMemory-
>>DB-Handling should be possible, is that right?
> I don't think so. The vfs is really an interface for moving
> data (pages) in and
On Sat, 2007-09-01 at 08:15 -0700, Olaf Schmidt wrote:
> first - congrats to the planned changes in the new, upcoming
> version of SQLite. The new shared-cache behaviour sounds
> promising and also the new VFS-option.
> A few questions to VFS.
> 1. As known, an InMemory-DB is
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