Commit f04469be authored by Matt Baer's avatar Matt Baer

Fix SQLite concurrency issues

A quick test with ApacheBench revealed that SQLite really can't handle
multiple concurrent requests with the default settings, due to a locked
database. This fixes that by following the suggestions here:

Testing with ab -n 100 -c 5 http://localhost:8080/blog/post shows that
this fixes the issue. But we could improve performance by reducing
writes, like what's mentioned in T545.

Part of T529
parent 61de0433
......@@ -442,8 +442,10 @@ func connectToDatabase(app *app) {
var err error
if app.cfg.Database.Type == "mysql" {
db, err = sql.Open(app.cfg.Database.Type, fmt.Sprintf("%s:%s@tcp(%s:%d)/%s?charset=utf8mb4&parseTime=true&loc=%s", app.cfg.Database.User, app.cfg.Database.Password, app.cfg.Database.Host, app.cfg.Database.Port, app.cfg.Database.Database, url.QueryEscape(time.Local.String())))
} else if app.cfg.Database.Type == "sqlite3" {
db, err = sql.Open("sqlite3", "./writefreely.db?parseTime=true")
db, err = sql.Open("sqlite3", "./writefreely.db?parseTime=true&cached=shared")
} else {
log.Error("Invalid database type '%s'. Only 'mysql' and 'sqlite3' are supported right now.", app.cfg.Database.Type)
......@@ -453,7 +455,6 @@ func connectToDatabase(app *app) {
app.db = &datastore{db, app.cfg.Database.Type}
func shutdown(app *app) {
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