Hello Stephen,

Am 12.12.2021 um 03:39 schrieb Stephen Landess <steve_landess@xxxxxxxxxxx>:

Does the Unixodbc client provide a facility for tracing similar to that provided by the IBM i Windows ODBC driver ?

https://www.ibm.com/support/pages/tracing-iseries-access-windows-odbc-jobs

Please see here:

https://archive.midrange.com/midrange-l/202108/msg00502.html

Concluding, I don't see any hope to resolve this issue. I have no idea how that unevenly aligned memory access within OS/400 happens, nor how to fix it. I declare this issue to be unfixable without access to source code which IBM will not provide anytime soon. I'm 100% confident that it's more likely for hell to freeze over. ;-)

Having put considerable effort into this issue, my resolution is to build my own, much more efficient (because task-specific) database access daemon (in C) via TCP port. A proof of concept server task is already finished, being started by inetd. If there is interest, I can publish that on GitHub.

:wq! PoC


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