i have found now that the question has actually been asked before,
i thought that maybe a work around was that if u would use 1 btree for keys from
and then a second btree for keys from n-z in a second chaindb file,
is that a good solution, or is it then smarter to us the QDBM
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about Chaindb: ------------------ I have seen some topics in the past years on this forum about the chaindb disk-file-size limit. my question is: would it be possible to enlarge the storage capacity of the database, by inventing a way of connecting different/multiple chaindb -files on disk ? I mean ...
- 10 Apr 2009 9:01
- Forum: Visual Prolog
- Topic: Visual Prolog Person/Expert/Consultant in The Netherlands?
- Replies: 2
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I think it might be a good idea ( at least for me ) to test the other way around, because that would indicate where the error is. I will build my vip 7 isapi dll again very soon and i will probably have the same problem, then i will post this Dll here , and then maybe Luc can you test it in your web...
I also use vip5 isapi dlls for many years without problems, with 3 or 4 times i meant 3 or 4 requests, ------------- also i would like to bring under the attention this company http://www.combell.com there u can rent a VPS ( Virtual Private Server ) for windows for about 60 euro a month, with window...
Hello Luc thankyou for the tip, I cant imagine that is the problem, do u use the isapi urself in a full application ? or only the test example ? strange enough it does indeed sometimes happen that the vip 7 isapi example seems to behave correctly, but this is also due to the fact that it is in that ...
im interested to know if anybody is using the so called ISAPI extension with succes, for the moment i am using the CGI -interface wich works very good, but if possible i would like to be able to port it to Isapi sometimes to be able to use RAM memory if have tried a few times in previous versions of...
- 5 Sep 2007 6:51
- Forum: Visual Prolog
- Topic: advice to Mr. Thomas Linder Puls
- Replies: 10
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when explaining things to 'newcomers' it is not always right to descend to the newcomers level or speak the language of the newcomer. The newcomer will understand the answer after enough research, and will learn more from that sometimes than from a tyro answer, as long as the information provided is...