|Subject||Re: [firebird-support] Re: What's the difference between "Gbak -g" and "gFix -sweep"|
> no, in normal use, you don't need to do a sweep if you run gbakIf I understand Ann right, a Garbage Collection is NOT a Sweep, and
> without -g (that will collect the garbage)
vice versa. So GBAK without -g will do a GC, but it will not Sweep the
database. You can only get a Sweep by using gfix -sweep or when the
sweep limit is reached. Sweeping the database, like backing up, also
does a GC ...
Now if I only understood the exact difference ... ;-)