On Thu, Apr 15, 2004 at 02:16:01PM +0100, Christian Smith wrote:
> Right tool for the job. Multiple writers has client/server database
> written all over it. KISS.

No, not true, at least not when the multiple writers are all threads
within one single process, which appears to be the common case for
people who'd like greater concurrency in SQLite.

Also, if multiple writers worked well for the one-process many-threads
case, then if you wished you could write a small multi-threaded
client/server database using SQLite as the underlying storage engine.
As things stand now, the concurrency limitations mean there isn't much
point to doing that.

Simplicity however, is of course an important concern.

Andrew Piskorski <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>

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