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Comment:Fix a typo in the fileformat document
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User & Date: drh 2017-08-11 00:55:36
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2017-08-11
01:11
Fix an error in the FTS5 extension mechanism documentation. check-in: 2d4dd1d10c user: drh tags: branch-3.20
00:55
Fix a typo in the fileformat document check-in: faacaa1d1b user: drh tags: branch-3.20
00:54
Fix a typo in the fileformat document check-in: 85bec545b9 user: drh tags: trunk
2017-08-08
03:49
In the 35%-faster report, invert the ratios on the charts, as this seems to make them easier to understand. Check-in the spreadsheet used to construct the charts. check-in: 3aac5ad40e user: drh tags: branch-3.20
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entry S2, then in the sqlite_stat4 table, sample S1 must have a
smaller rowid than sample S2.)^

<tcl>hd_fragment rollbackjournal {rollback journal format}</tcl>
<h1>The Rollback Journal</h1>

<p>The rollback journal is a file associated with each SQLite database
file that hold information used to restore the database file to its initial
state during the course of a transaction.
^The rollback journal file is always located in the same 
directory as the database
file and has the same name as the database file but with the string
"<tt>-journal</tt>" appended.  There can only be a single rollback journal
associated with a give database and hence there can only be one write
transaction open against a single database at one time.</p>







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entry S2, then in the sqlite_stat4 table, sample S1 must have a
smaller rowid than sample S2.)^

<tcl>hd_fragment rollbackjournal {rollback journal format}</tcl>
<h1>The Rollback Journal</h1>

<p>The rollback journal is a file associated with each SQLite database
file that holds information used to restore the database file to its initial
state during the course of a transaction.
^The rollback journal file is always located in the same 
directory as the database
file and has the same name as the database file but with the string
"<tt>-journal</tt>" appended.  There can only be a single rollback journal
associated with a give database and hence there can only be one write
transaction open against a single database at one time.</p>