|Subject||Re: [firebird-support] Two transactions can have the same TID?|
Thank you Mark, it is very clear now.
On Mon, Sep 9, 2013 at 8:24 AM, Mark Rotteveel <mark@...> wrote:
On 9-9-2013 03:43, W O wrote:Yes and no. After a backup & restore you have a new database with one
> 3. The restored database can have another 2.000.000.000 of commited
> transactions, doing a total of 4.000.000.000 of commited transactions.
> Is that right?
committed transaction (that has the same content as the 2E9 transactions
from the database that was backed up). After that you can add another
2E9 transactions, before you need to back up and restore again, but
there is no way to know if a database has had 4E9, 6E9, 1E10 etc
transactions to get to the current point.
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on the main (top) menu. Try Knowledgebase and FAQ links !
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