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7 check-ins using file src/os_win.c version 3cf34661
|22:18||Remove the code that tries to detect OOO header writes on a WAL recovery. The code is made obsolete by syncing the WAL header. (check-in: 7ac713a1 user: drh tags: statvfs)|
|20:13||Refactor the sqlite3WalFrames() routine for clarity of presentation. Do the padded transaction sync as the write pointer crosses the final sector boundary instead of at the end, for efficiency. Always sync the WAL header immediately after it is written. (check-in: 92c73b42 user: drh tags: statvfs)|
|11:57||Merge [21b76af6ed] into statvfs branch. (check-in: e694f7b1 user: dan tags: statvfs)|
|10:07||Modify test cases to account for the ZERO_DAMAGE change. (check-in: 68684495 user: dan tags: statvfs)|
|00:31||Some fixes to the test suite so that it works with ZERO_DAMAGE set to true. Still lots more problems remain. (check-in: 41891b23 user: drh tags: statvfs)|
|20:02||For improved clarity of presentation, refactor some of the code associated with ZERO_DAMAGE and sector-size. (check-in: 1dde96c9 user: drh tags: statvfs)|
|19:49||Add SQLITE_IOCAP_ZERO_DAMAGE and enable it for both unix and windows. Use this device characteristic to reduce the required work in journaling. A side effect is that this changes the default page exists back to 1024 even with the use of statvfs(). (check-in: a0be6ea4 user: drh tags: statvfs)|