Subject RE: [firebird-support] Firebird crash at 63 connection
Author André Pietzner
>Adam wrote:
>What breed of 2003 server? Standard / SBS / etc with limits to active TCP connections?
>Can you duplicate it on any other machine?

It is a Windows 2003 Std. and i cant reproduce on a other machine.

> Helen Borrie wrote:
>No, FB is not crashing. It shuts itself down in an orderly manner because the network operating system has closed the port.

I think Windows cause the problem, too.

> You can inspect the server's TCP/IP parameters via a Registry editor at the key
> HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Tcpip\Parameters. The key TcpNumConnections limits the number
> of concurrent connections. If you don't see the key, it means it is set to some default. You can add
> the key to override the default - instructions are here (but heed the warnings about editing the
> Registry!)
> 998e9f6f41c91033.mspx?mfr=true <
> 40d5-b6b1-998e9f6f41c91033.mspx?mfr=true>

Thanks for the tip, but no success.

> Helen Borrie wrotes:
>Or you might have some firewall rule that shuts down port 3050 when the number of connections exceeds 63...

No firewall were installed and virus scan is deactivated.

Other tip for this problem?