|Subject||Re: [firebird-support] Firebird SS 1.5.2 and MSSQL ODBC|
> >>>Is this possible that installing Firebird SS server 1.5.2 on Windows XPFirebird isn't doing anything? Or is it in use?
> >>>caused other program that is using MSSQL over ODBC to slowdown fetching
> >>>data from MSSQL server ? I'm surprized but that's what my customer said
> >>>Anyone had such problem?
> >>I guess that if Fb is busy switching CPUs on a multi-CPU system, or
> >>that if there's a .gdb database being "system restored" or if Fb is busy
> >>in any kind of way, then yes, it could.
> >>But "just" installing it? I doubt it.
> > Maybe hyperthreading ? Could this harm performance just by installing
> > ? I suspect that it is Pentium IV inside.
> > On the other way if I switch it off in BIOS ,that could down performance
> > for other applications, right ?
> > Does default installation has CPUAffinity correctly set or I must change
> > it manually ?
> > Please help.IT staff or my customes said that Firebird is causing such
> > problems even if it's running on background without any clients
> > connected.I rather desperate want to exclude such possibility ! :-(
> > Could it be related to "CPU goes to 100%" bug in Firebird 1.5.2 ?
> > Regards
> > Boguslaw Brandys
> Additional note :
> Long report for MSSQL is completed after 35 minutes when Firebird
> service is disable and after more then 60 minutes when Firebird is
> running (as IT staff said).
> How can I change instalation of SuperServer into ClassicServer withoutCopy the two files to a safe place, then uninstall, install Classic and
> uninstalling it (I have changed aliases.conf and firebird.conf and would
> like to preserve them) ? Could it be solution for my problem ?
copy the two files back in place.
> I appreciate any help.This is very annoying that I must prove FirebirdWith regards,
> comapatibility with other programs :-(
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