Subject RE: [firebird-support] Running superserver instead of classic
Author Alan McDonald
> > It's a different install - you've installed classic - uninstall it and
> > install superserver with the other install package
> $COLUMNS=120 dpkg -l |grep firebird
> ii firebird-s32-server 1.0.2-2.1 FireBird Super w/
> 32bit I/O - RDBMS based on InterBase 6.0 code
> ii firebird-server-common 1.0.2-2.1 Common server
> files of FireBird-RDBMS based on InterBase 6.0 cod
> ii firebird-utils 1.0.2-2.1 Utilities for
> FireBird - RDBMS based on InterBase 6.0 code
> ii libfirebird-s32 1.0.2-2.1 Library files for
> FireBird Super w/ 32bit I/O, InterBase compat
> So?
> I used to run Firebird on a single processor machine (multiple ibserver
> processes), but after moving it to a dual processor, I got this
> behaviour, which is not what I was expecting.
> --
> Jaume Sabater

you asked if you could run classic server in superserver mode... the answer
is no because they are not the same thing.
Now if you are asking about manipulating the affinity of the processor, then
that's a different story - I have no experience with fiddling with this