|Subject||Re: [firebird-support] GBak TPB|
At 05:59 AM 24/04/2008, you wrote:
>HiIsolation concurrency (snapshot), mode read-only, lock resolution wait....
>What TPB (transaction parameter buffer) is used by GBak?
>I need to make my own small version of gbak to export all tables exceptLook at DBak - http://www.telesiscomputing.com You can filter out any object that you don't want to back up.
>for one, which gets exported in the form of one record = one file
>(images in a blob).
>I need this for incremental remote backup. The images are neverGbak doesn't (and can't) do incremental backup.
>modified, so it is not good to transfer them every night.
>One way to solve it, is to store the images outside the database, butAnother way is store the images in a separate database. This presupposes that you are using a data access interface that supports two-phase transactions, of course. The down-side is that your application code is totally responsible for maintaining the referential integrity between the records in the master database and those in the image database. It is doable, however.
>since we don't allow shared folders, that is not an option.