|Subject||Re: [firebird-support] what does this error message means "XNET error: Server shutdown detected" REFdn4055716621|
At 10:41 PM 19/10/2009, you wrote:
>SERVERVENIZ (Client) Mon Oct 19 10:03:47 2009It is in the process of going into a shutdown state as the result of a shutdown request. For the -t type of shutdown, no new transactions are allowed. For the -a shutdown, no new attachments (the situation here for your client's attempt to attach to a server). For the -f type, neither new transactions nor new attachments are allowed.
> XNET error: Server shutdown detected
> This message comes from the firebird.log, where this pc is the server. This
>server makes also periodically connections (every 10 minutes) with other
>servers in the same lan:
>So, does this error message mean:
>- the fbserver.exe was shut down (for some reason)
>- or a connection to other server was lost because the other serverThe connection wasn't "lost" because it was never allowed.
>was shut down
>(this can happen by user's inappropriate handle on the otherDon't know about that theory, sorry.
>Something else, what does the [Client] text mean in the error message???A client tried to attach during the timeout period between the shutdown request and change of shutdown state.
>The major problem with this server, is that often the fbserver.exe isThe executable file gets deleted? The service gets stopped? Running as an application without running fbguard? Or what else might you mean by "dropped"?
>dropped by unknown reason.
>We did a format and install all from the beginning and the problem still exists.That sounds extreme.