On Fri, 2004-10-22 at 15:45, Norland, Martin wrote: > What are the line endings of the file? Maybe php is getting confused. > How many KB is the file on disk when it's the ~1500 line version? > There's length of each line (which you want under 1KB, probably not a > problem unless you have BLOBS or equivalent) - and then there's how PHP > determines what a line actually is.
Actually, I thought of line endings first. But after chopping the file into pieces and getting all records to go in, ruled it out. I finally, after trying many things have gotten this to work with the large files. I found, if I issue a pg_connection_busy($dbh) before the pg_put_line(...) in the while statement processing the lines of the temp file handle, it works. Don't ask me why, that is what I'd like to know. If I report back if busy is true, I get nothing. Maybe it is just giving a millisecond to breathe or something while checking to see if the connection is busy. But with that one line, all is well. -- Robert -- PHP Database Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php