kevotheclone wrote:what does the "Fast database Access" do?
Awasu uses SQLite to manage the archive database, which ensures that the database remains safe, even in the event of Windows crashing or a power failure. When a program writes data to disk, Windows does the actual work of writing the data out but it sometimes tells the program that it's been done before it actually has happened. To ensure that the database remains consistent, SQLite has to jump through some hoops to ensure that when it writes out data, it actually has physically been written to the disk and that's what this setting
Awasu switches between OFF (believe Windows when it says that the data has been written) and NORMAL (make sure the data has been written out, regardless of what Windows says). IIRC, FULL is there because the same problem exists with some disk controllers which incorrectly report that data has been written to the disk when it's still in progress, but it's <i>really</i> slow and so Awasu doesn't use it