[freetds] Question about max size of a dbrpcparam
jatshergill at gmail.com
Thu Oct 9 12:26:44 EDT 2008
well.. i set it to 4096 and it worked!!!
I am amazed. :)
Now the question is what else will this impact?? Meaning changing the block
size like this..
On Thu, Oct 9, 2008 at 9:00 AM, James K. Lowden <jklowden at freetds.org>wrote:
> Navdeep Shergill wrote:
> > The block size is 512; so it seems to be putting 512 bytes on the socket
> > at a time. I'm wondering if that is the problem; since doing 512 bytes
> > at a time of a 40mb file takes a while.
> That's not a problem. TCP doesn't care how long you take to write to a
> socket or how many bytes you send over a connection or how fast the
> connection is. The server is patient, too, and is quite accustomed to
> 512-byte blocks.
> You could prove that to yourself: the block size is settable via
> freetds.conf. Try 4096 and amaze your friends.
> I wonder if SET TEXTSIZE matters? It might be 32 MB....
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