On Fri, Jul 9, 2010 at 3:21 PM, Jim Wilcoxson wrote:
> On Fri, Jul 9, 2010 at 10:38 AM, Ke Tao wrote:
>> HI All ,
>> I have sqlite db name "wdb" and "wdb-journal" file was created by power
>> failure something , when I do any db operation sqlite always prompt "disk
>> I/O error" , but when I delete the "wdb-journal" ,there is no errors
>> prompted. I think maybe the wdb-journal file was corrupted , does anyone
>> have any idea on this ?
>> I used sqlite on linux system.
>> Best Regards,
>> Ke Tao
> Permission problems can cause this. The "disk I/O error" actually means "I
> can't do a rollback", maybe because root created the journal and owns the
> database, then another user is trying to do things with it. Just a guess.
> This "disk I/O error" message is very confusing. Been there!
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Also, by deleting the journal, you are likely to corrupt your database. You
can't delete the journal!
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