"G. Anthony Reina" wrote:
> I just figured out how to get my ODBC connection running between the
> Postgres 6.5.1 database on my RH Linux 6.0 box and my Windows 95 box. I
> am using Microsoft Access 97 on the Windows 95 box. I have been able to
> import some of the smaller tables using "Import from External Data
> Source" and then specifying the postODBC driver. It seems that some of
> my larger tables can't be loaded in because of the error:
> Error while executing the query:
> Out of memory while reading tuples (#1).
> The error seems pretty self-explanatory. However, does it mean that I
> (a) don't have enough system RAM to hold the table, (b) need more hard
> disk space to hold the file, or (c) none of the above?
Try turning off the declare/fetch driver option. With this option on, the
driver is trying to store every single tuple in memory. With the option
off, it will only store 100 by default, or the number you enter for the
cache size. Since the import is accessing the tuples in a forward-only
fashion, there is no need to use the declare/fetch.
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