|Subject||Re: Firebird 1.5.1 sucking all memory|
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Alan McDonald" <alan@m...>
> > It is still taking 200MB of RAM. In one hour it increased byalsmost
> > 30MB. There are around on an average 250 connections happen in 4all
> > minutes. They all call stored procedures. Most of them update the
> > database. This is a multi-threaded application written in C. I am
> > using the C code generated by Embedded SQL (using gpre, after
> > removing the 'static' declarations). I have checked, thoroughly,
> > the transactions are commited or aborted properly.Yes, I mean rollback.
> When you say "aborted" - I hope you mean "rollback"
> >APIs ?
> > Could it be the API I am using ? Should I try using the DSQL
> > How can I change the Page cache and what is the right value ?firebird
> > Any ideas ??? This is a production system and it has become an
> > embarrasment for me, because we I had reccommended to use
> > over the mysql.
> > Regards:
> > JS