> Does using pg_loread or any other php functions for postgresql large
> objects modify the size of the file? I'm seeing a size increase in a few
> bytes when I receive the file back to my hard drive. The file still seems
> to run ok, but I'm wondering what is doing this?
Under Un*x, compare the files using:
diff original copy
Or, just use a text-editor to A/B them.
It's possible that the OS is allocating file segments in "chunks"
differently depending on how the file is created, I think... And it's
reporting the actual allocated bytes, not the true file size.
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