On 7 Feb 2018, at 3:16pm, Deon Brewis <de...@outlook.com> wrote:

> So this looks more like something is overwriting the memory of Page1 before 
> SQLITE writes it back to disk.

That is almost always what people eventually admit to after reporting a problem 
like this.  Some part of their code is stomping on memory or a file handle 
which SQLite thought it had exclusive rights to.  Some of them discover it 
using a runtime profiler tool which looks for use of released memory or 
double-release of file handles, but I don't know enough about Windows to 
suggest anything.

Simon.
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