|Subject||Re: [firebird-support] Firebird performance on Dual Core machine|
>>>I have one occasion, namely my development machine (Windows XP Prof.Google is your best friend. I've found a thread where a similar problem
>>>SP2), where I can't get Classic work either. I've tried nearly
>>>everything (incl. disabling any firewalls ...) without luck. One thing I
>>>haven't tried yet is re-installing the entire machine, which won't
>>>At connect time, I'm seeing with TCPView for a short time (~1 second)
>>>one additional fb_inet_server.exe process and then the process
>>>disappears. I get one entry in the firebird.log file after that, namely:
>>>TOMSTONE Wed Jan 04 00:39:21 2006
>>> INET/inet_error: select in packet_receive errno = 10038
>>I recall when XP SP2 came out, there was some RAS bug that disabled the
>>entire range of localhost IP addresses except 127.0.0.1, i.e. it wouldn't
>>step up the final field of the address on successive localhost connections.
>>There's a hotfix for it. See
> Tried that. It doesn't help. Thanks for the suggestion.
has been discussed (I googled several times, but never came across this
one). The solution pointed to an application called "WinSock XP Fix".
I'm sure I run an adaware removal tool or uninstalled/reinstalled my
local firewall (zonealarm pro) in the past. Running the "WinSock XP Fix"
I'm able to connect to the Classic Server now again.