Tuesday, February 5, 2008, 10:49:46 PM, you wrote:
NLT> RB> These changes require a reboot of windows to become effective. Did you
NLT> RB> do that?
NLT> yes, of course.
NLT> I tried many times, could you please help me.
What we have to find out is whether it's the desktop heap's fault or a
bug in the driver.
There are two things you can do:
1) Download and install the "Desktop Heap Monitor" and watch the
desktop heap usage when your 128th connection has been established:
2) Enable debugging output in the ODBC driver and post the mylog
NLT> From: Rainer Bauer [mailto:usenet(at)munnin(dot)com]
NLT> Sent: Tue 2/5/2008 4:49 PM
NLT> To: Nguyen, Lam Thuy
NLT> Subject: Re: [ODBC] How to open more than 300 connections to postgres database.
NLT> Hello Lam,
NLT>> I did but it i is still not efficient.
NLT>> I try to increate or decrease the third SharedSection value, the second ShareSection value ,
NLT> You only have to increase the third value.
NLT>> but the size of each connection is still no change with 6200kb.
NLT> These changes require a reboot of windows to become effective. Did you
NLT> do that?
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