|Re: [Firebird-Java] Error while attempting to get a new connection
> >WARN [org.jboss.resource.connectionmanager.JBossManagedConnectionPool]I don't think that I am using the non-NPTL version since I
> >Throwable while attempting to get a new connection: null
> >org.firebirdsql.jca.FBResourceException: internal gds software consistency
> >check (cannot start thread)
> >Reason: internal gds software consistency check (cannot start thread)
> The most likely cause of this is that you are using the non-NPTL build of
> Superserver. You *can* use the non-NPTL build with RH 9, provided you set
> the LD_ASSUME_KERNEL environment variable to use the old threading
> model. See the Linux installation section of the Fb 1.5 release notes for
> the exact detail. I cannot say whether your Java environment expects to
> have the NPTL available.
This is the first time that we got this kind of error since I
installed the above rpm several months ago.
When I noticed the error, I shutdowned JBoss that resulted in
error and rebooted it. But I did'nt shutdowned Firebird SS since
it was servicing other JBoss applications. However, rebooting JBoss
didn't solve the problem, we still got the same error.
Then, I shutdowned one of other JBoss's wandering that the error
might be caused by insufficient memory.
What happened then was that the error disappeared !!!
This phenomenon suggests that the error was caused insufficient
Can we avoid the error if we prepare enough size of memory?