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Comment:Fix a typo on the pragma documentation.
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User & Date: drh 2013-03-03 00:19:41
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2013-03-09
15:02
Update change log and index for the 3-way join/affinity bug. check-in: b7385b0ef3 user: drh tags: trunk
2013-03-03
00:19
Fix a typo on the pragma documentation. check-in: 556fe1bb34 user: drh tags: trunk
2013-03-02
17:37
Add a backwards compatibility note on the documentation of cache_size and its behavior when N is negative. check-in: 92f6694092 user: drh tags: trunk
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    held. ^The first time the database is written, an exclusive lock is
    obtained and held.</p>

    <p>^Database locks obtained by a connection in EXCLUSIVE mode may be
    released either by closing the database connection, or by setting the
    locking-mode back to NORMAL using this pragma and then accessing the
    database file (for read or write). ^Simply setting the locking-mode to
    NORMAL is not enough - locks are not be released until the next time
    the database file is accessed.</p>

    <p>There are three reasons to set the locking-mode to EXCLUSIVE.
    <ol>
    <li>^The application wants to prevent other processes from
        accessing the database file.
    <li>^The number of system calls for filesystem operations is reduced,







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    held. ^The first time the database is written, an exclusive lock is
    obtained and held.</p>

    <p>^Database locks obtained by a connection in EXCLUSIVE mode may be
    released either by closing the database connection, or by setting the
    locking-mode back to NORMAL using this pragma and then accessing the
    database file (for read or write). ^Simply setting the locking-mode to
    NORMAL is not enough - locks are not released until the next time
    the database file is accessed.</p>

    <p>There are three reasons to set the locking-mode to EXCLUSIVE.
    <ol>
    <li>^The application wants to prevent other processes from
        accessing the database file.
    <li>^The number of system calls for filesystem operations is reduced,