Hi, Context: Users of our app can define a working directory where sqlite files are stored. This can be a network share. The files are only used by one user at the time.
We now saw two crash reports with „Database disk I/O error“ when a transaction was closed with „END“. Is this a known problem when having sqlite files on a network share? I read about the locking quirks on network share but related this to cases where a file could be accessed by several users at the same time and an application trusts the operating system to handle the locking correct. I don’t understand it that way that using sqlite files from a network share is per se impossible. Any insights on this? Viele Grüsse. -- Robert M. Münch, CEO M: +41 79 65 11 49 6 Saphirion AG smarter | better | faster http://www.saphirion.com http://www.nlpp.ch
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