[Mono-list] Batch inserts with ADO.NET

Fredrik Hedberg fredrik.hedberg@hedbergs.com
Sat, 22 May 2004 13:28:49 +0200

What I would like to do in ADO.NET (any provider, spec DB2) is what we
would do with executeBatch in JDBC, for example

PreparedStatement statement = connection.prepareStatement("INSERT
            for (int i = 0; i < 1000; i++)

But, when running inserts without batching (iterate and execute
statement) in mono my memory usage goes way of and while mono --profile
reports used mem about 40MB, linux swaps about 800MB. Why the
difference? Am I writing crappy code or just the GC freaking out? And
how should i implement the above code in mono?


lör 2004-05-22 klockan 03.38 skrev Daniel Morgan:
> You need to provide more information, such as, what data provider are
> you using?  A simple test case would help too.  
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> Hi, 
> What would be the best way do do batch inserts (like jdbc prepared
> statement) with ADO.NET. Currently while doing larger data inserts (1M
> and more) I'm experiencing some serious performance issues (related to
> memleaks in native/managed wrapper?). How does other people solve this?
> Fred
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