This was setting up the context for the second quote.
Hmm? Then what is the forum designation for an employee? Not “Storjling?”
At any rate, even if the third quote is not a Storj employee:
- This discussion appears to once again show that SQLite is not reliable enough to be used in this configuration which is (to me) proof enough that other options should be considered.
- I have still never heard any reply to my comment about the
-t 300recommendation. Is it the position of Storj that using
-t 300is required not to corrupt the database?
I’m still baffled by the assertion that SQLite is good enough for production and then we have threads like this that demonstrate quite clearly that it’s way too easy to break.
(Perhaps this needs to be split into another topic.)
Edit: Note that my intention is not to be argumentative or hostile. But I feel like I’m being told two different things: “SQLite is fine” – “tiptoe around SQLite because you might break it.” As an SNO, this does not give me confidence.