Subject Re: [firebird-support] Re: connect errno 111
Author Helen Borrie
At 09:12 AM 26/08/2005 -0500, you wrote:
>Steve Wiser wrote:
> >Since it is Fedora or Redhat just type "service xinetd restart" and then
> >check the /var/log/messages file to see what it is doing.
> >
> >
> >
>After I run "service xinetd restart", there is nothing in
>/var/log/messages related to Firebird. The only entry since reboot is
>for an sshd session that I opened with an SSH client on another machine.
>This is now the /etc/xinetd.conf file:
>defaults {
>log_type=SYSLOG authpriv
>log_on_success = HOST PID
>log_on_failure = HOST
>cps = 25 30
>includedir= /etc/xinetd.d

There won't be anything relating to Firebird. xinetd is a daemon that just
runs there, waiting to be asked to do things. If it is asked to start a
firebird process (fb_inet_server) for a requesting client, it will do
that. All of those other scripts in xinetd.(besides firebird, such as cvs,
sshd-xinetd, rsync, etc.) are also just lying there waiting to be asked to
start something up.

After giving xinetd the restart command, check ps -ax again to see if
xinetd is running. If it is, then go ahead and try to connect a client.