one backup test relies on the ability of dynamic arrays to do a memory
allocation for every insert.
In 6.0 this could be done by setting initial allocation to 0 and
allocation increment to 1. This capability had been introduced by
In 5.6 it is still so that an initial allocation is always done. The
first insert into a dynamic array does never cause a memory allocation
(unless the initial attempt failed). This makes testing more complicated.
Do you agree with backporting of the above mentioned patch? However, I
would port only the changes to dynamic arrays. The changes to deadlock
detection presume files, which would need to be added by porting one or
more other patches.
Ingo Strüwing, Database Group
Sun Microsystems GmbH, Sonnenallee 1, D-85551 Kirchheim-Heimstetten
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