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JDBC driver inserting into a table with Bytea type gets out of memory error.

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There was a posting in the mailing list archives that I can't find anymore.
The web site right now is presenting a list of items from a search in a
reasonable amount of time, but takes 5-10 minutes to retrieve the detail for
each one as they are clicked. Rather frustrating.

This person was getting out of memory conditions inserting rows when the
data in the bytea field was larger than approx. 1400 Kb. This person had
posted a fix to the group that seemed to work for him. The inserts were
coming from a java application using the JDBC driver.

I just tried the latest JDBC driver and the problem still exists. We have
no plans to convert to using the large object interface. This ties our code
to PostgreSQL and would go against our need to keep the code generic enough
to work against many different databases.

Is this issue acknowledged as a bug?

If yes, when is this issue going to be implemented in the code base?

If it is already fixed, what are the steps to implement the changes to my
7.4.2 installation? Build my own JDBC driver?


Nov 23 '05 #1
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Denis,

You'd get better results if you posted this to the jdbc list.

Dave
On Mon, 2004-06-21 at 11:49, Sailer, Denis (YBUSA-CDR) wrote:
There was a posting in the mailing list archives that I can't find
anymore. The web site right now is presenting a list of items from a
search in a reasonable amount of time, but takes 5-10 minutes to
retrieve the detail for each one as they are clicked. Rather
frustrating.

This person was getting out of memory conditions inserting rows when
the data in the bytea field was larger than approx. 1400 Kb. This
person had posted a fix to the group that seemed to work for him. The
inserts were coming from a java application using the JDBC driver.

I just tried the latest JDBC driver and the problem still exists. We
have no plans to convert to using the large object interface. This
ties our code to PostgreSQL and would go against our need to keep the
code generic enough to work against many different databases.

Is this issue acknowledged as a bug?

If yes, when is this issue going to be implemented in the code base?

If it is already fixed, what are the steps to implement the changes to
my 7.4.2 installation? Build my own JDBC driver?


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