Subject Re: [firebird-support] Something happens in the night. Something bad...
Author Martijn Tonies
> I am ecountering some really weird problem after switching from
> Firebird SS to Classic (same machine)
> The server works sweet except that every morning when I start my job I
> get the message below:
> Unable to complete network request to host "".
> Failed to establish a connection.
> No connection could be made because the target machine actively
> refused it.
> This happens every morning and all I can do is to restart the machine
> completely. Restarting the Firebird service itself doesn't help! (why??)
> Looking into the firebird.log file I saw the following error message
> happening every day at 0:20 sharp
> Guardian starting: E:\Program
> Files\Firebird\Firebird_1_5\bin\fbserver.exe
> GLNTSBYD32 Tue Sep 05 00:21:08 2006
> INET/inet_error: listen errno = 10022
> GLNTSBYD32 Tue Sep 05 00:21:08 2006
> Database:
> Unable to complete network request to host "glntsbyd32".
> Error while listening for an incoming connection.
> An invalid argument was supplied.
> Looks like the guardian tries to launch another copy of firebird at
> 0:20. Why??
> There are no tasks scheduled to run at 0:20 in the Windows Scheduler
> System is Win2003 server, 2 processors, HT

As far as I know, the Guardian is for SuperServer, not classic.

Did you turn OFF the Guardian service?

Martijn Tonies
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