|Subject||Re: Performance Degredation on Dual Processor SBS 2003?|
> why firebird superserver can not run fast with multicpuDue to its architecture, it can't distribute different threads to
different CPUs. Firebird will happily run on a multicpu box if you set
the CPUAffinity. Although Firebird itself will only use one of the
CPUs, other applications and Windows can use the other CPU so there is
> why we have to use classic server,Classic works differently. Each connection spawns a new process, and
windows happily deligates that process to a particular CPU and doesn't
attempt to see saw it between processors.
> if there are a lot of database connection, we can not use classic serverYou may need to edit the Firebird.conf file and choose more
appropriate numbers for classic.
>No, you have to wait for Vulcan.
> will firebird2 solve this problem