> This moning, I was calling FB on SuSe too fast "Great". When I
> started to test it very well, after 15 minutes, the Linux machine hangs, I
> cannot even move the mouse pointer anymore.
Why are you running X on a server?
> The only thing I can do is
> switch it off.
Did you try to kill the X process, if so, did that cure the problem? I have
probably had two 'crashes' in the last two years that required a re-boot (I
was patching the kernal with both), so it would have to be pretty server to
hang the whole machine. X crashes on the otherhand are quite common.
>I don't know what could be the problem FB or Linux ?
I guess it is to do with you X set-up, as FB or IB has nothing to do with X.
> anyone experienced this before ?
every other day when using 'X', but as this is nothing to do with FB/IB, and
you wouldn't run X on a server, there is know problem.
> One thing is sure, like this I cannot
> use it in a production environment.
FB is at leasts as stable as other versions of Interbase, both open source an
commercail. I have had no problems in a production environment with FB.
> Should I change the Linux to Win2k,
If you want it more unstable and slower, then go for it <g>
> or could this be fixed.
It seams you problem is with something other than FB. What do you logs say?
2:51pm up 105 days, 12:35, 9 user, load average: 0.34, 0.09, 0.02