[unixODBC-support] odbc.ini file got truncated
er_tamanna at yahoo.com
Thu Dec 3 08:41:22 GMT 2009
The release notes I had copied earlier on this thread were taken from a site
(site link : http://sourceforge.net/project/shownotes.php?release_id=310102
) and these are unixodbc-2.2.11 release notes . As told earlier also, I am
using unixodbc-2.2.11-2 and not unixodbc-2.2.11. The source code for
unixodbc-2.2.11-2 , that I have, has a file named unixODBC.spec which has
all the changelog. But this file don't have any mention for "Fix problem
where ini files could be truncated under heavy load".
I don't know if the problem occur under heavy load or not. I just saw an
empty /etc/unixODBC/odbc.ini file . But nobody had touched that file. So I
am assuming that this was done by odbc only when file handle limit was
I am using psqlodbc-08.03.0200-nx2 driver and it does use libodbcinst .
One more thing, I am assuming that unixodbc-2.2.11-2 is higher version than
unixodbc-2.2.11 . So all the fixes in unixodbc-2.2.11 should also be
available in unixodbc-2.2.11-2. Please let me know if thats not the case
Nick Gorham wrote:
> Tamanna wrote:
>> Hi Nick
>> Thanks for your reply. But according to unixodbc-2.2.11 release notes,
>> problem is fixed in unixodbc-2.2.11 .
>> An excerpt from the release notes :
>> /* unixODBC
>> Release Name: 2.2.11
>> 2.2.11 build, bug fix release
>> * Fix a couple of typo errors in postgres driver and odbctest
>> * Fix problem where ini files could be truncated under heavy
>> * and more
>> As mentioned earlier also, I am using unixODBC-2.2.11-2 . So, why I am
>> seeing this problem ??
> Don't know, were those release notes from your installation?
> Did the problem occur under heavy use?
> What ODBC driver(s) are you using, does a ldd on the driver libs show
> they are using libodbcinst to access the ini files or doing it themself.
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