Factors that affect I/O for smart large objects

An sbspace is a logical storage unit, composed of one or more chunks, in which you can store smart large objects (such as BLOB, CLOB, or multi representational data). Disk layout for sbspaces, the settings of certain configuration parameters, and some onspaces utility options affect I/O for smart large objects.

The DataBlade API and the Informix® ESQL/C application programming interface also provide functions that affect I/O operations for smart large objects.
Important: For most applications, you should use the values that the database server calculates for the disk-storage information.

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