Enabling this option speeds up database operations but all changes to the database are lost if the application terminates
abnormally. The database must be sufficiently small to fit in memory because the database is essentially an in-memory database
with one large write during shutdown and one large read on subsequent database opens.
A database should only be processed with write-at-end persistence if the data is non-critical or can be recovered by synchronization.
This option is ignored if shadow paging is turned on.