Tom Lane-2 wrote:
> aaime74 <andrea(dot)aime(at)gmail(dot)com> writes:
>> A profiler informs me that quite a big of time is spent in the
>> PGBytea.toBytes(bytes) method, which is used only if the transfer
>> occurrs in text mode.
> That hardly seems like a killer argument for switching to binary
> (which has got a boatload of disadvantages of its own). Surely a
> bit of code-optimization work can fix that.
Hum, interesting. What would be the boatload of disadvantages? Is there
any reference to those?
Do you have any idea why doing more processing (Base64 encoding/decoding)
leads to significant better performance? :)
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