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Comment:Fix typo in the rtreecheck() documentation.
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User & Date: drh 2018-01-09 19:15:45
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More typo fixes. check-in: 6a23f5f429 user: drh tags: trunk
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Fix typo in the rtreecheck() documentation. check-in: 68f1e1944c user: drh tags: trunk
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Add bug fixes to the 3.22.0 change log check-in: 0e0412e603 user: drh tags: trunk
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<tcl>hd_fragment rtreecheck rtreecheck()</tcl>
<h2>Integrity Check using the rtreecheck() SQL function</h2>

<p>The scalar SQL function rtreecheck(R) or rtreecheck(S,R) runs an
integrity check on the rtree table named R containing in database S.
The function returns a human-language description of any problems found,
or the string 'ok' if everything is ok.  Running rtreecheck() on an R*Tree
virtual table is similar to running [PRAGMA integrity_check] on an
database.

<p>Example: To verify that an R*Tree named "demo_index" is well-formed
and internally consistent, run:

<codeblock>
SELECT rtreecheck('demo_index');







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<tcl>hd_fragment rtreecheck rtreecheck()</tcl>
<h2>Integrity Check using the rtreecheck() SQL function</h2>

<p>The scalar SQL function rtreecheck(R) or rtreecheck(S,R) runs an
integrity check on the rtree table named R containing in database S.
The function returns a human-language description of any problems found,
or the string 'ok' if everything is ok.  Running rtreecheck() on an R*Tree
virtual table is similar to running [PRAGMA integrity_check] on a
database.

<p>Example: To verify that an R*Tree named "demo_index" is well-formed
and internally consistent, run:

<codeblock>
SELECT rtreecheck('demo_index');