1. No client-server, I use MySQL, SQL-Server or ORACLE for that.


2. No access to the SQLite database ever by more than one process concurrently 
in writable mode. In readable mode, yes. But the reported damage cases were 
always single user, one PC.


3. I cannot prevent or disallow users to keep their databases on NAS or remote 
server storage. Telling them that keeping a file on a NAS box will probably 
damage the file would be sales venom. 

Despite, the reported cases were all databases stored on local disks, except 

I keep databases between 0.5 and 10 GB on NAS (Linux/SAMBA) and Windows servers 
for my test scenarios and perf/load tests. No troubles, no corruption.

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