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Slowness in  Btrieve After Inserting  200000 Rows in a Table

Posted on 2012-04-11
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Hi,

I inserted  200000  rows in a btrieve table  .

Now,  the btrieve  database is opening very slowly.

How can we solve this slowness problem ?  


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If you inserted in a single transaction, there may be a lot of free space in the file right now. Try rebuilding the file to compact it with the Rebuild Utility.
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Did the rebuild help?  If not, can you be more specific about how long it takes to open the file?  If you are running on a server (across the network) and are familiar with Wireshark, then you can install this and get a network capture of the Open operation, and you should see EXACTLY how long it takes.  Having more data may yield more clues as to what is going on.
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