|Subject||Re: [Firebird-Architect] Re: Can we, can we, can we????...|
"johnson_dave2003" <d_johnson@...> wrote:
>What about embedded (and perhaps IPC) connections?
> If the the kill is implemented as Jim suggested, where a broken
> connection terminates the query, then timeout can be implemented at
> the client side as a socket timeout. This put timeout under the
> control of the application.
> A DBA monitor/kill is a prime example of a use for a memory onlyIt has already been discussed last year in fb-devel.
> table. Relatively few queries are likely to run concurrently (less
> than a few thousand), the overheads of writing to DASD are definitely
> not desired, and if the server dies the data is garbage.