Byron Nikolaidis wrote:
> "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.
Oops, geez, what I meant to say was, turn *ON* the declare/fetch option!!!!
With it *OFF*, the driver is trying to store every single tuple in memory.
With the option *ON", the driver will only store 100 tuples 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 for random-access to tuples (so
the declare/fetch *should* be used).
Sorry for any confusion. I think my mind is still on vacation.
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