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SQLite is a high-reliability storage solution. It does not give
problems. It just works.
The high-reliability of SQLite is proven in practice.
SQLite has been used without problems in multiple billions of smart-phones,
IoT devices, and desktop applications, around the world, and for
over a decade.
SQLite responds gracefully to system errors. Obscure out-of-memory and
I/O errors are reported back up to the application. These error reporting
paths are all carefully tested to ensure they will always work.
SQLite is resilient in the face of corrupt inputs, including maliciously
designed database files and SQL strings. Extensive fuzz-testing ensures
that corrupt inputs will not lead to crashes or undefined behavior, but
will instead cause sensible errors to be reported back to the application.
SQLite is built using a
The [testing|testing standards] for SQLite are among the highest for
SQLite is [copyright|open-source] but it is not open-contribution.
All the code in SQLite is written by a small team of experts.
The project does not accept "pull requests" or patches from
anonymous passers-by on the internet.
The developers of SQLite intend to support the product through
the year 2050. To this end, the source code is carefully documented
to promote long-term maintainability. We prefer mature and stable
over trendy and cutting-edge.
All of these factors combine to make SQLite a very trouble-free