Wow, Thats what that means?  There must be some error.  The procedure 
I'm trying to run doesn't return that much data and it will run via 
'isql'.  Anything else I should check?


Lazor, Ed wrote:
> wow, 107megs of ram in one process is impressive.  Have you checked your
> php.ini max memory setting?  Is there sufficient ram / swap file space?  Got
> enough free drive space?
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> List,
>       I think I saw this one on here before...when reading/writing the
> database 
> I get this when executing odbc_exec(...);  What was the fix?
> FATAL:  emalloc():  Unable to allocate 1073784417 bytes
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