The following Help topic discusses the dbsrv12 -b bulk loading option.
It says "You can also use some of the logging options available for the LOAD TABLE statement that allow bulk-loaded data to be recorded in the transaction log."
Does that mean LOAD TABLE WITH ROW LOGGING will actually override dbsrv12 -b and cause data to be written to the transaction log?
asked 24 Dec '10, 11:41
I can only imagine that the documentation is suggesting that you can use -b bulk loading mode or, alternatively, LOAD TABLE without -b if you are trying to avoid writing operations to the transaction log. Internally, I would assume that LOAD TABLE WITH ROW LOGGING when in -b mode will try to write the rows to the log but the lower levels will just ignore those attempts because -b is enabled.
Bulk operations mode should soooo have been removed long ago.
answered 24 Dec '10, 12:33