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Comment:Fix typo.
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User & Date: mistachkin 2018-09-17 12:48:51
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2018-09-17
18:38
Initial change log for version 3.25.1. check-in: 9daac74fb0 user: drh tags: trunk
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Fix typo. check-in: be9d86ac89 user: mistachkin tags: trunk
2018-09-15
04:26
Version 3.25.0 check-in: 9089e073c4 user: drh tags: trunk, release, version-3.25.0
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    database files in main-memory on a per-page basis. When SQLite requires
    data from a database file to satisfy a database query, it checks the <i>
    page cache</i> for usable cached versions of the required database
    pages before loading it from the database file. If no usable cache
    entry can be found and the database page data is loaded from the database
    file, it is cached in the <i>page cache</i> in case the same data is 
    needed again later. Because reading from the database file is assumed to
    be an order of magnitude faster than reading from main-memory, caching
    database page content in the <i>page cache</i> to minimize the number
    of read operations performed on the database file is a significant
    performance enhancement.

  <p>
    The <i>page cache</i> is also used to buffer database write operations.
    When SQLite is required to modify one of more of the <i>database pages</i>







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    database files in main-memory on a per-page basis. When SQLite requires
    data from a database file to satisfy a database query, it checks the <i>
    page cache</i> for usable cached versions of the required database
    pages before loading it from the database file. If no usable cache
    entry can be found and the database page data is loaded from the database
    file, it is cached in the <i>page cache</i> in case the same data is 
    needed again later. Because reading from the database file is assumed to
    be an order of magnitude slower than reading from main-memory, caching
    database page content in the <i>page cache</i> to minimize the number
    of read operations performed on the database file is a significant
    performance enhancement.

  <p>
    The <i>page cache</i> is also used to buffer database write operations.
    When SQLite is required to modify one of more of the <i>database pages</i>