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Comment:Fix a typo in the PRAGMA auto_vacuum documentation.
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User & Date: drh 2010-11-18 20:42:01
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2010-11-20
01:45
Improved sync pragma documentation. check-in: 3ae5d72cbd user: drh tags: trunk
2010-11-18
20:42
Fix a typo in the PRAGMA auto_vacuum documentation. check-in: 8c4c6ab123 user: drh tags: trunk
16:21
Update the documentation to be explicit that a parent key must not be a rowid. check-in: d1edb27943 user: drh tags: trunk
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    but auto-vacuuming does not occur automatically at each commit as it
    does with auto_vacuum=full.  ^In incremental mode, the separate
    [incremental_vacuum] pragma must
    be invoked to cause the auto-vacuum to occur.</p>

    <p>^The database connection can be changed between full and incremental
    autovacuum mode at any time.  ^However, changing from
    "none" to "full" or "incremental" when the database is new (no tables

    have yet been created) or by running the [VACUUM] command.  ^To
    change auto-vacuum modes, first use the auto_vacuum pragma to set
    the new desired mode, then invoke the [VACUUM] command to 
    reorganize the entire database file.  ^To change from "full" or
    "incremental" back to "none" always requires running [VACUUM] even
    on an empty database.
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    but auto-vacuuming does not occur automatically at each commit as it
    does with auto_vacuum=full.  ^In incremental mode, the separate
    [incremental_vacuum] pragma must
    be invoked to cause the auto-vacuum to occur.</p>

    <p>^The database connection can be changed between full and incremental
    autovacuum mode at any time.  ^However, changing from
    "none" to "full" or "incremental" can only occur when the database 
    is new (no tables
    have yet been created) or by running the [VACUUM] command.  ^To
    change auto-vacuum modes, first use the auto_vacuum pragma to set
    the new desired mode, then invoke the [VACUUM] command to 
    reorganize the entire database file.  ^To change from "full" or
    "incremental" back to "none" always requires running [VACUUM] even
    on an empty database.
    </p>