• Subject: Re: data queues
  • From: John Dorn <jdorn@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 23 Jan 1998 08:51:08 -0500
  • Organization: I/NET, Inc.

DAsmussen wrote:
> > Juris Krikis wrote:
> >
<<snip>>
> >  The only way I know of to clean up a data queue is to
> >  delete/create the queue. (It just grows and grows)
> 
> There is an API to clear data queues, I created a _very_ small command
> to call it.

It is my understanding that the only way to reclaim storage used by
a data queue is to delete and recreate it.  Clearing a data queue
(or reading all records) will remove all the records from the data queue
but the data queue size will still be roughly the maximum number of
records _ever_ in the data queue times the record size.  It seems the
system could use a RCLDTAQ command.
 
<<snip>>

John Dorn
I/NET, Inc.
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