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Re^9: threads::shared seems to kill performance (Workaround).by BrowserUk (Pope)
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An ADS cannot exist without a main file; and unlinking the main file will always delete the ADS; so I'm not sure what you are getting at here?
I asked the question on the sqlite mailing list; but besides getting the obvious reply -- "if the data persists it isn't an in-memory db"; Well d'uh! -- total silence. Probably there is noone with any windows knowledge on the list.
My suspicion is:
Another possibility is that using threads and multiple handles to an in-memory db in conjunction with DBI's broken threading semantics is preventing the clean-up code being invoked.
I'm not sure where else to go looking for knowledgeable sqlite+windows devs?
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