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RDBPROD: Slow Performance After Upgrading Oracle Rdb (Doc ID 1955869.1)

Last updated on APRIL 14, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle Rdb Server on OpenVMS - Version to [Release 7.3]
HP OpenVMS Itanium
HP OpenVMS Alpha


Upgraded from Oracle Rdb running on OpenVMS Itanium V8.3-1H1 to Oracle Rdb running on OpenVMS Itanium V8.4.

After running a particular application, the cardinality of a table updated by the application gets set to 0 rather than the correct value, some tens of thousands. You have hit BUG 19611808 "RDB$CARDINALITY TURNED TO 0 AFTER RUNNING A PROCEDURE WITH AN UPDATE STATEMENT".

BUG 19611808 has been corrected in Oracle Rdb, but is there a way to work around this bug without upgrading to the new release?


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