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Comment:Fix typo in the lockingv3.html page on the website. (CVS 2017)
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User & Date: drh 2004-10-11 21:48:27
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2004-10-11
21:49
Fix typo on the homepage. (CVS 2018) check-in: 7f190f85 user: drh tags: trunk
21:48
Fix typo in the lockingv3.html page on the website. (CVS 2017) check-in: a31b6477 user: drh tags: trunk
2004-10-10
19:11
The mkopcodeh.awk script removes \r for use with msys. Ticket #954. (CVS 2016) check-in: c4fb44fd user: drh tags: trunk
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<p>A individual file journal is said to be <em>hot</em>
if it needs to be rolled back
in order to restore the integrity of its database.  
A hot journal is created when a process is in the middle of a database
update and a program or operating system crash or power failure prevents 
the update from completing.
Hot journals are an exception condition. 
Hot journals exist to facility recovery from crashes and power failures.
If everything is working correctly 
(that is, if there are no crashes or power failures)
you will never get a hot journal.
</p>

<p>
If no master journal is involved, then







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<p>A individual file journal is said to be <em>hot</em>
if it needs to be rolled back
in order to restore the integrity of its database.  
A hot journal is created when a process is in the middle of a database
update and a program or operating system crash or power failure prevents 
the update from completing.
Hot journals are an exception condition. 
Hot journals exist to recover from crashes and power failures.
If everything is working correctly 
(that is, if there are no crashes or power failures)
you will never get a hot journal.
</p>

<p>
If no master journal is involved, then