Subject Re: [firebird-support] Re: Database corruption (again) or what is wrong with Firebird.
Author Dean Harding
thisllub wrote:
> You wrote;
> "> *your* production environment...right? Firebird databases
> don't corrupt in a "serious production environment" but it sounds as
> if you are over a barrel now and it's too late for you to approach
> (with us) what is happening in *your* environment to cause this
> corruption."
> Of course you are wrong.

I don't see how you can say that. Firebird runs in plenty of "serious
production environment"s without the corruption you describe. I think
that was the point Helen was trying to make. Something about *your
particular environment* is different and that is what is causing the