|Subject||Re: [firebird-support] How to improve Firebird 2.5.3 Disk I/O on Windows server 2012 R2|
|Author||Svein Erling Tysvær|
>Obviously the logic of my application is not the best, but it needs to passOK, commit after every single insert will slow things down considerably and may be the reason for your time trouble (it is similar to having trouble with a car being slower than a bike, and the reason being that you have an additional requirement to start and stop every 5 meters). I'm not certain (because I've never had a similar requirement and know very little about CommitRetaining), but maybe changing from Commit to CommitRetaining might make it possible for a prepared statement to survive the CommitRetaining (?) and then only do a proper Commit occationally. It could at least be worth a try if feasible.
>through a special interface, that transforms classic cobol read/write
>routines, in sql statements. This brings to the need to have a single
>commit after a single insert command of a single record. I know this is not
>good, but knowing this and knowing that I cannot change this, I only want to
>know if I can get the best for my Firebird Installation of 2.5.3 SuperServer
>onto Windows Server 2012 R2 x64.
>I'm trying several settings, some others have suggested in this thread.This is probably due to IBPP believing the ; to be the end of the statement. Try to 'SET TERM ^^ ;' before execute block, change the final end of the execute block to end^^ and then do 'SET TERM ; ^^' at the end.
>About your test (thanks for that), I have created the table, than copied and
>pasted the SQL loop, but I get this error:
>Preparing statement: execute block returns (i integer) as
>declare variable i2 integer
>Error: *** IBPP::SQLException ***
>Context: Statement::Prepare( execute block returns (i integer) as
>declare variable i2 integer )
>Unexpected end of command - line 2, column 21
Sorry for not being able to help more,