On Tue, 2006-08-29 at 18:31 -0400, Tom Lane wrote:
> <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > here comes the latest version (version 7) of the patch to handle large
> > result sets with psql.  As previously discussed, a cursor is used
> > for SELECT queries when \set FETCH_COUNT some_value > 0
> Applied with revisions ... I didn't like the fact that the code was
> restricted to handle only unaligned output format, so I fixed print.c
> to be able to deal with emitting output in sections.  This is not
> ideal for aligned output mode, because we compute column widths
> separately for each FETCH group, but all the other output modes work
> nicely.  I also did a little hacking to make \timing and pager output
> work as expected.
>                       regards, tom lane

I specially like that as a side effect of your work for applying this,
psql is faster now.

Thanks to all people that helped with this (lots...:)

Bye, Chris.


Chris Mair

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