Subject Re: Coredump from Firebird 1.03 Server
Author josef_gschwendtner
--- In, Helen Borrie <helebor@t...>
> At 07:33 AM 17/08/2005 +0000, you wrote:
> >we don't use UDF's nor Events
> >Backup is done each day
> >there is no antivirus program runing
> >there should be enough space for temp-file (2GB)
> >we don't know what the server is doing during the crash, because
> >kind of a 24/7 system.
> >
> >The database is around 2GB (at the moment). About 500000 records
> >be inserted each day. The data insertion is done from a JBoss-
> >via JDBC (Jaybird 1.5.4) on a RedHat 7.2 system (Double XEON)
> >
> >The data of one special table is needed only 30 days, so we delete
> >older data periodically (400000 records --> GC is very busy);
> >otherwise the database is getting to large.
> >
> >Infos about the server-machine:
> >Linux version 2.4.20-28.7smp
> >Filesystem: EXT3 FS 2.4-0.9.19
> >Mount: EXT3-fs: mounted filesystem with ordered data mode.
> Are you saying that you have the database on a mounted filesystem?
Or, can
> you confirm that the filesystems where the database AND the server
> reside are both on filesystems local to the host machine?
> >The 64-bit file I/O version of Firebird is installed.
> I'm a bit doubtful about this for RH 7.2. Are you certain that the
> supports 64-bit i/o?
> ./heLen

I can confirm, that database AND the server root reside both on
filesystems local to the host machine.

Ext3 is a 64-bit i/o system and is supported by RH 7.2