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Re^4: SQLite with mod_perlby punkish (Priest)
|on Oct 09, 2010 at 02:12 UTC||Need Help??|
Hi james2vegas, sorry for the delay in reply.
Well, I thought I had surmounted this problem, but no, it is back with a vengeance. Here is what is going on in a single web action --
Well, I get the "db is locked" error at the UPDATE statement. Now, in my httpd.conf I started using
and I thought my troubles were over. Except, this lock problem has started rearing up again. I have tried a few other things, such as starting every db action with $dbh->begin_work and ending with $dbh->commit, but I am already using AutoCommit => 1 so I am not sure if that even has any effect. I have even tried sqlite_use_immediate_transaction => 1, but that doesn't help either.
My application is being loaded in Apache conf file with
So, I want all the perl modules to be loaded when Apache2 starts, and then a $dbh created for each user when the user comes to the web site, but not recreated for the same user on every reload. I am assuming that would be the correct way to work speedily.
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