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SQLite Is threadsafe, parallel access safe, but I still want to extend it. - VADOSWARE
Is SQLite thread-safe? (single process concurrency)
The question here is whether multiple threads in a single process can access and use SQLite, presumably with different connections.

The answer is a resounding yes. SQLite is indeed threadsafe, though they’re pretty against using threads in the first place. The paper detailing why threads should be avoided they link to is also an interesting read, though I will say now that it doesn’t actually pick a paradigm that can beat threads for managing asynchrony, instead detailing the common approaches. I personally really like how Haskell and Golang handle concurrency.

So if you’re keeping score at home, You can write down SQLite is threadsafe, it’s data structures are generally protected by mutexes.

Is SQLite parallel-access safe (multi process parallelism)?
The simple question here is whether SQLite will become corrupted quickly if accessed by multiple processes at the same time. While I was still looking to share the same drive

The answer is a resounding yes. SQLite can be accessed from multiple processes. The better question is how SQLite supports parallel access.
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3 days ago by some_hren
Deutsche Bahn: Streiks legen Zugverkehr lahm – Ratlose Pendler

Aufgrund von Personalmangel, fehlenden Zügen sowie Engpässen im Netz haben sich Verspätungen besonders bei Fernzügen zuletzt ohnehin schon gehäuft. Fast ein Drittel aller ICE und IC waren verspätet. Das Pünktlichkeitsziel von über 80 Prozent kann die Bahn eigenen Planungen zufolge erst 2025 erreichen.

omggg, it's not just people's imaginations that the punctuality of DB has gotten worse over the years. The snippet above says that a third of IC and ICE trains are delayed, and because of a shortage of personnel and trainsets, the company's 80% on-time goal will not be achieved until at least 2025. o____O
5 days ago by shadowspar

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