On Sat, Feb 12, 2011 at 12:48 AM, Landreville
> I'm using psycopg-2.4 beta1 on FreeBSD and it is giving me a size that is
> twice the actual size for the bytea field on a table. In OSX and Linux using
> the same psycopg2 version the size is listed as 6151 (which is correct)
> while under FreeBSD it lists the size as 12303.
> Has anyone else encountered this, or is there some way I can do further
> debugging to determine the cause?
Do you have a sample of what you receive? E.g. the first 100 bytes
with a "print repr(cur.fetchone()[:100])"?
Could you be in the problematic situation of a PostgreSQL 9.0 with the
previous version on the client? The problems is detailed in a faq at
see "Transferring binary data from PostgreSQL 9.0 doesn’t work".
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