Atomic Commit In SQLite
1.0 Introduction
An important feature of transactional databases like SQLite is "atomic commit". Atomic commit means that either all database changes within a single transaction occur or none of them occur. With atomic commit, it is as if many different writes to different sections of the database file occur instantaneously and simultaneously. Read More →

SQLite performs inserts 8-14 times faster then InnoDB / MyISAM
SQLite performs updates 4-8 times faster then InnoDB and as fast as MyISAM
SQLite performs selects 2 times faster than InnoDB and 3 times slower than MyISAM
SQLite requires 2.6 times less disk space than InnoDB and 1.7 times more than MyISAM
Allowing null values or using synchronous=NORMAL makes Read More →