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Old 06-16-2006, 04:55 PM   #1
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Replication and SQLite

Does anybody know about some replication engine for SQLite?
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the only promising thing after a google search is this:
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There is the litereplica

The engine is embedded in the sqlite code. Implements master-slave replication and point-in-time recovery.

The rqlite

It uses the GO language, implements master-slave replication with automatic failover.

And the ActorDB

This last one I don't know very well, but it appears to share the WAL log file through the servers/devices.

For data synchronization there is the WebSqlSync

It runs on browsers and even on mobile devices (Android, iOS, etc) and is capable of keeping a local SQLite db in sync with another in a server.
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Thanks Kroggen, apparently things have improved since 2006


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