Subject Re: GBAK crashes Firebird 1.5.2 Classic server on FreeBSD 5.2.1-RELEASE
Author ysv12345
--- In, Helen Borrie <helebor@t...>
> You could start by including the -b[ackup] switch in the command;
and (if
> you are doing the backup locally) use the service manager if you
need to
> perform the backup while xinetd clients are connected.
> If the ISC_USER and ISC_PASSWORD variables are not available in
your shell,
> As to what is causing the crash, I wonder whether you are using
the right
> version of gbak. Fb 1.5 has its default root in /opt/firebird and
> expects to be run in /opt/firebird/bin... The
location /usr/local/bin does
> not look to me like a Firebird bin directory.
> /opt/firebird/bin/gbak -b -se /usr/opt/db/proxy.fdb
> usr/opt/db/bak/proxy.bak
> ./heLen

Thank you Helen.

But -b[ackup] switch is optional, and I try run command with him.

If install Firebird in FreeBSD from package firebird-1.5.2-
fbsd521.tbz (from its default root
in /usr/local/firebird/. I reinstall firebird from package, but this
not correct problem. I run gbak in background by script, I not want
expose password of sysdba (or owner DB) nowhere.

While I run the following command:
/usr/local/firebird/bin/gbak -
b /usr/opt/db/proxy.fdb /usr/opt/db/proxy.bak

I, all the same, receive error:
Fatal lock manager error: invalid lock id (71608), errno: 35
--Resource temporarily unavailable

In Firebird 1.5.0 Classic server on FreeBSD 5.2.1-RELEASE this
problem not appear!!!!

It is new feature, or problem.

How me better resolve this problem.

Any advice is greatly appreciated.