Subject Re: gbak going slow
Author stevemilner_2000
--- In, Helen Borrie <helebor@t...>
> At 12:47 PM 25/10/2005 +0000, you wrote:
> >./heLen, please, let me come and worship at your feet.
> Hmm, haven't made my mind up about foot-worship yet. :-)

I wasn't offering to worhip your feet, only to worship _at_ your feet ;)

> >, and does the -se
> >localhost:service_mgr force xinetd usage?
> Yes, since gbak in this case connects using and
passes its
> commands to service_mgr (a kind of service-access layer that dwells
in the
> fb_inet_server process), not to the database file. There are two
clients -
> and It is the client
> embeds all that server-side stuff) that gbak uses as its client for
> access; and can't make network connections.

Thanks, I found the relevent bits in your book an it became obvious
why this works better.

> >If you are UK based I'll buy you a drink nect time I'm in your area.
> I'm not. :-) Thirsty weather here today, though, 32 deg. C by midday,
> humid, with thunderstorms rumbling all about.

It's cold, wet and miserable here!