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Comment:Fix a typo in fileformat.html: 230 -> 2^30.
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User & Date: dan 2009-04-06 11:46:58
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2009-04-07
15:08
Remove spurious "ah" from limits.html. cvstrac ticket #3787. check-in: d8a646e989 user: dan tags: trunk
2009-04-06
11:46
Fix a typo in fileformat.html: 230 -> 2^30. check-in: 928d0e91a3 user: dan tags: trunk
2009-04-03
01:44
Updates, clarifications, and corrections to the pragma documentation. check-in: 36a68629e1 user: drh tags: trunk
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      start of the <i>master journal pointer</i>.

    [Table]
      [Tr]<th>Byte offset<th>Size in bytes<th width=100%>Description
      [Tr]<td>0<td>4<td>This field, the <b>locking page number</b>, is always
               set to the page number of the database <i>locking page</i>
               stored as a 4-byte big-endian integer. The <i>locking page</i>
               is the page that begins at byte offset 2<super>30</super> of the
               database file. Even if the database file is large enough to
               contain the <i>locking page</i>, the <i>locking page</i> is
               never used to store any data and so the first four bytes of of a
               valid <i>journal record</i> will never contain this value.

      [Tr]<td>4<td><i>name-length</i><td>
               The <b>master journal name</b> field contains the name of the







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      start of the <i>master journal pointer</i>.

    [Table]
      [Tr]<th>Byte offset<th>Size in bytes<th width=100%>Description
      [Tr]<td>0<td>4<td>This field, the <b>locking page number</b>, is always
               set to the page number of the database <i>locking page</i>
               stored as a 4-byte big-endian integer. The <i>locking page</i>
               is the page that begins at byte offset 2<sup>30</sup> of the
               database file. Even if the database file is large enough to
               contain the <i>locking page</i>, the <i>locking page</i> is
               never used to store any data and so the first four bytes of of a
               valid <i>journal record</i> will never contain this value.

      [Tr]<td>4<td><i>name-length</i><td>
               The <b>master journal name</b> field contains the name of the