Other answer was, storage-sync.sqlite, viewtopic.php?p=100220#p100220.
Is that still so?
Is that still so in Nightly?
What is storage-sync-v2.sqlite?
Why do I have:
Why are v2.sqlite & v2.sqlite.shm (virtually identical &) "empty" (except for "header" differences, nothing but null bytes) ?
Why are v2.sqlite.shm & v2.sqlite.wal persisting (browser closings & re-openings) instead of (presumably) writing out to v2.sqlite?
(In my case, v2.sqlite & v2.sqlite.shm are both 32,768 bytes, v2.sqlite.wal is 1,901,968 bytes.)
Damn! Yep, that was me. So that is not an issue.Why does a site that I Allowed (permanently) only show up in v2.sqlite.wal?
And why once I close FF & revisit that site, is it not allowed?
(Oh, let me check that. Damn, for me, icons, that I can never decipher! Wonder if I Temp'd it?)
(Does) any of this also apply to 77?
Given my, damn!, above, then probably not.And if it does, might it have some bearing on the recent "settings no longer saved" reports?
(Eh. Sort of got my - & . mixed up. Copied, & reality, has -, manually typed [incorrectly] has ., so ignore those typo's.)
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03/25/2020 12:13 PM <DIR> storage 06/04/2020 08:02 PM 32,768 storage-sync-v2.sqlite 06/24/2020 07:39 AM 32,768 storage-sync-v2.sqlite-shm 06/24/2020 07:36 AM 1,967,552 storage-sync-v2.sqlite-wal 06/04/2020 07:21 PM 131,072 storage-sync.sqlite 06/24/2020 07:39 AM 16,384 storage.sqlite
-wal & -shm are current.
(Where is noscript.ini.sqlite?)
So I guess -sync vs -sync-v2 doesn't really matter.
You don't call them directly, you call a higher level call (API), & it knows there was a change from to the other & "just handles it".
But why are the -shm & -wal persisting & not writing out to -sync-v2.sqlite (even though things do look to be working that way, regardless).