Can you answer #3 though?
Does anybody know how to make the journal file go to a different location than 
the database?  Apprarently it's not treated as a "temporary" file.  Perhaps it 
should be??
Michael D. Black
Senior Scientist
Northrop Grumman Mission Systems


From: on behalf of Werner Smit
Sent: Wed 7/14/2010 10:59 AM
To: General Discussion of SQLite Database
Subject: Re: [sqlite] EXTERNAL:Re: Sqlite Insert Speed Optimization

>According to my math your final database size should be on the order of
>That means at 200 minutes and 1,000,000 records:
>83 inserts per second
>8333 bytes per second

>Both of these values are terrible. 

>#1 What kind of network connection do you have?  100BaseT?
>#2 What kind of server are you writing to?
>#3 How fast does this run if you write to your local machine?

>Michael D. Black

It DOES sound terrible since 90%? of the time is spend in retrieving
data from a remote oracle server over a slow line. The problem is that
the time spend saving to sqlite is still more than I used to spend on
saving to my previous file system.

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