Subject RE: [firebird-support] RE: At my wits end
Author Epstein, Ed
Its a 100BT network. Transferring 200megs around is not a problem at all.
In fact all the CSV files orignally come from a share on the network that
allows access to the FTP root. I can link those and process those extremely

Edwin Epstein
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-----Original Message-----
From: Alan McDonald [mailto:alan@...]
Sent: Friday, March 12, 2004 7:02 PM
Subject: RE: [firebird-support] RE: At my wits end

> Almost every day of the week files will be coming in that need to
> processed.
> They are all CSV formatted. They can contain anywhere from 100-1000000
> records. I would have to say that about 750,000 records per week is the
> average. The size of each record is averaged about 200 bytes (see the end
> of the post). It is being moved into a single table with 2 or 3
> indexes on
> it. ( All of the tests being performed were with 10 varchar(30)
> fields with
> no indexes, triggers, generators, or constraints)

Ed, you are trying to move 200Mb down the wire - what bandwidth are you
using on the test case and what bandwidth do you have at the real site?

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