On Fri, 2 Feb 2001, Peter T Mount wrote:
> > What is the final resolution of this for 7.1? I noticed that you have
> > essentially commented out the byte array pooling code in current
> > sources. Given that 7.1 is rapidly coming to a close, is this
> > something
> > that is expected to get fixed and reenabled for 7.1, or is this going
> > to wait for 7.2.
> I commented it out to make sure that when 7.1 was released the driver
> would at least work (with it enabled we would have one broken driver).
At Microstate, we fixed the byte pooling code when it was still in
PG_Stream. We patched this and submitted our patch to pgsql-patches, and
it was accepted. It did have some nasty off-by-one errors. It does not
look like the fixes we did made it into the new, separate
We've been using this code on an application with many tens of thousands
of queries per day for more than a month without any problems.
I've attached the production PG_Stream.java class that we've been using.
Richard Bullington-McGuire <rbulling(at)microstate(dot)com>
Chief Technology Officer, The Microstate Corporation
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