What parameter have become obsolete with PSQL2000 
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 What parameter have become obsolete with PSQL2000
I have noticed that PSQL2000 does ignore some parameter settings (like "max.
open files") because it is able to do fully dynamic resource allocation.

Where can I find a list of all paramters that I can ignore after upgrading
from PSQL7 to PSQL2000?

Regards,
Bernhard



Mon, 19 Jul 2004 00:20:32 GMT
 What parameter have become obsolete with PSQL2000

These settings are covered in the What's New for Sp3 and SP4.
In the online docs, in the index, enter "Dynamic configuration" for details.

John


I have noticed that PSQL2000 does ignore some parameter settings (like "max.
open files") because it is able to do fully dynamic resource allocation.

Where can I find a list of all paramters that I can ignore after upgrading
from PSQL7 to PSQL2000?

Regards,
Bernhard



Mon, 19 Jul 2004 00:47:37 GMT
 What parameter have become obsolete with PSQL2000
Thanks !


Quote:
> These settings are covered in the What's New for Sp3 and SP4.
> In the online docs, in the index, enter "Dynamic configuration" for
details.

> John



> I have noticed that PSQL2000 does ignore some parameter settings (like
"max.
> open files") because it is able to do fully dynamic resource allocation.

> Where can I find a list of all paramters that I can ignore after upgrading
> from PSQL7 to PSQL2000?

> Regards,
> Bernhard



Mon, 19 Jul 2004 22:26:21 GMT
 What parameter have become obsolete with PSQL2000
In Pervasive.SQL 2000i SP4 the following parameters are dynamic on all
platforms :

- Max Clients
- Max Files
- Max Handles
- Max Databases
- Extended Buffer size
- Compressed Buffer size

Steve

On Thu, 31 Jan 2002 15:26:21 +0100, "Bernhard Mandl"

Quote:

>Thanks !



>> These settings are covered in the What's New for Sp3 and SP4.
>> In the online docs, in the index, enter "Dynamic configuration" for
>details.

>> John



>> I have noticed that PSQL2000 does ignore some parameter settings (like
>"max.
>> open files") because it is able to do fully dynamic resource allocation.

>> Where can I find a list of all paramters that I can ignore after upgrading
>> from PSQL7 to PSQL2000?

>> Regards,
>> Bernhard



Tue, 20 Jul 2004 12:41:01 GMT
 
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