Re: Not the first piece of absurd preaching to come from the SQLite team
" If you want to have software that can have it's database hammering with multiple processors on multiple harddisks ..."
Doesn't necessarily mean this. You may have high intensity procedures doing significant number crunching running on multiple threads which are just storing and retrieving small amounts of data from the SQLite database. The database isn't being hammered or particularly big but it still needs to be accessible and consistent across multiple threads.