Subject Re: [firebird-support] sysdba password
Author Fidel Viegas
On Wed, Dec 31, 2008 at 1:18 PM, Sergio H. Gonzalez
<shg_sistemas@...> wrote:
>> I forgot to mention that this is if you are changing the password from
>> your local machine. If you want to change on a remote computer, then
>> you provide the database but not just the name as you are providing.
>> here is how:
>> gsec -user sysdba -password masterkey -database
>> yourhost/3051:/path/to/security2.fdb" -modify sysdba -pw newpassword
> Hi Fidel!
> So In my case, i I run the gsec, from my PC and want to change the password
> of a
> database which is in other pc, can I specify the IP address? Something like:
> gsec -database
> Sorry if this is a silly question... I'm testing this and the database does
> not
> exist... So it seems I'm doing something wrong...

Try to get rid of the port number. something like this:

gsec -database

You can read about it here,
or you can read the firebird documentation.

Good luck!