Best database for flashdisk


For a new embedded product with a flashdisk I need a database.
The product will probably run some kind of Linux.

I have been looking at SQLite, but am worried that its not suited for flashdisks, because of its use of a journal file.

SQLite is SQL based, but my database requests aren't very sophisticated, so some simple btree functions could do.

Do any of you have experiences?


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