|Subject||Re: [ib-support] W2k Lost Network|
> >this a completly other problem and I can reproduce it. I know you areI can gaurantee to produce a thread problem in gds32.dll on
> >using IBO so you can solve your problem by using a "local" connection
> >string like "C:\data\test.gdb" instead of "W2K:C:\data\test.gdb". This
> >will ignore a broken network connection (I have proved it with W2KSP2).
> Yes but using local connection under windows isn't good...
> As Far As I can remember there was a bug ....
> in fact if you use local conneciton IB server does not write changes directly
> to the disk...
> and in case of power failure before that you close your connection
> may result in a loss of data.
the W98SE machines if I rely on the "local" connection, that
same fault exists on W2k and happens about twice as often as
the lost connection.
It does look as if the loopback adapter was loaded by
default in NT4 but not in W2k, but I am still playing there.
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