|Subject||RE: [firebird-support] What is fbguard for?|
> -----Original Message-----That is how I understand it as well.
> From: ben_ata [mailto:spam_eater@...]
> Sent: 23 December 2003 02:05
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: [firebird-support] What is fbguard for?
> I'm playing around with Firebird, and I was wondering what
> fbguard.exe is for?
> My understanding is, that it will check if fbserver is alive,
> and if not, fbguard will restart fbserver.
>It takes up so little mem space and cpu that it is realy worth your
> Everythings seems to work well, when I only start fbserver so
> I'm wondering if I really need fbguard. (It's just a desktop
> database for playing around a bit)
while to let it run. For the times that fb does crash you wont even know
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