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Is it possible to put the journal file to non-volatile RAM
You can't do that, but there's probably a way to get the overall result you want.

What is the point in setting SQLite to store a journal file in memory, but then moving that memory to non-volatile memory ?  Doesn't that have the same result as just leaving the journal file in the same folder as the database, which is the default ?

What result as you searching for ?  And what kind of hardware are you using ?  A normal desktop computer, a smartphone, or an embedded processor ?