Re: Ran a Query database List load_buffers to prove they existFebruary 20 2013 at 4:29 PM
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Dan, the following works OK when executed in the EAS MaxL editor, 22.214.171.124 running on AIX:
alter database ASOsamp.Sample initialize load_buffer with buffer_id 1 resource_usage 0.5;
alter database ASOsamp.Sample initialize load_buffer with buffer_id 2 resource_usage 0.5;
import database ASOsamp.Sample data from load_buffer with buffer_id 1, 2;
Have you tried running your commands from the EAS editor?
I vaguely remember getting MaxL parse errors when crossing operating systems (something to do with encoding) - are you running MaxL on Windows talking to a *nux server?
- Works in EAS Editor - DanP on Feb 20, 4:46 PM
- Solved - You will not believe! - DanP on Feb 20, 5:37 PM
- Re: Solved - You will not believe! - TimG on Feb 20, 5:48 PM