stir, stir, stir... please make this bigger! Or tell me how and I'll do it. :)
Is it really such a big deal to increase the size of a query that pg can
handle? I'm talking about the size of a query submitted to pg, from what I
understand there is no limit on the record (tuple) size that can be
returned from pg. Is my understanding correct?
At 09:59 AM 7/13/99 -0400, Tom Lane wrote:
>Matthew Hagerty <matthew(at)venux(dot)net> writes:
>> Was the 8K query limit increased in 6.5?
>I tried to stir up some enthusiasm for fixing it in 6.6, but didn't
>have much success --- too soon to say whether it will happen for 6.6
>or be postponed again.
> regards, tom lane
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