Subject Re: [firebird-support] Repeated database corruption
Author Gustavo
Thanks for your suggestion but I have already checked at Windows eventlog and, as you suspect, there is nothing there.

Any other idea????

----- Original Message -----
From: Mark Rotteveel
Sent: Friday, October 23, 2009 11:46 AM
Subject: Re: [firebird-support] Repeated database corruption

An error 10054 (or Connection reset by peer) could also be caused by a virus scanner/firewall on the server or client, or a router or other network component forcibly closing the connection.

You might look through the Windows eventlog to see if you can find more info there, but I am not sure if Windows records these kinds of errors.


> Well, yesterday I uninstalled FB 2.1 Super Server and installed FB 2.1
> Client Server.
> But unfortunately, today the problem is still there. So this change is not
> the solution. :-(
> At the end of this message I will copy firebird.log from today. Yesterday
> at night I repaired the database and a gfix -v -full said it was OK.
> The only other suggestion was to see if there is a network card failing.
> If this is like that, then... is there a way of detecting which one without
> replacing them one by one? In other words, when in firebird.log there is a
> message like "INET/inet_error: read errno = 10054", is there something I
> can configure somewhere so this message indicates the name of the client or
> the IP or some data indicating which client generates the error?
> Any other idea of what may be causing this?
> Thanks in advance
> Gustavo

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