|Subject||RE: [firebird-support] Is there a way for a stored procedure to know its own name ?|
> Dear all,1. there are debug UDFs available, take a look at them.
> I'm trying to find an issue that happens time to time (2 times per
> month) that triggers the crash of the firebird server. The server is a
> superserver, version 1.5.2 running on a Linux box. There are usually 5
> users working on 5 five different clients during the day.
> I have around 350 stored procedures. In my application, there are only
> few read access that are done out of the scope of the stored
> procedures. Last time this happened, this was somehow easy to
> reproduce therefore I found it easily.
> This time, I have no clue what could cause the issue and it is not
> easy to recognize which client has really triggered the error.
> Therefore I would like to insert a kind of debugging message in all
> procedures. I would call at the beginning and at the end a new stored
> procedure that would get the calling procedure name in parameter.
> In order to insert by copy and past a piece of code I wanted to know
> if the name of the procedure is available in any reserved word,
> built-in function or so ?
> If anyone has any idea how to debug this king of error (I can not
> reproduce the 'productive' activity on my test version...), I'm opened
> to any hint.
> Unfortunately I don't have the exact message found in the firebird
> log, but it is the same that I used to have when there was a data
> overflow. It just mentions that the server crashes and that it is
> Thanks and best regards
2. what UDF libaraies are you using and which function in those libs are you
I would first suspect UDFs as the reason for crashes, so debugging the ones
with UDFs may cut down your work.