|Subject||Re: [firebird-support] fdb files location|
At 06:00 PM 7/09/2009, you wrote:
>Hello,What connection string do you use to connect from your Windows boxes?
>I'm using firebird for several months now.. I installed it on a CentOS box, from a rpm package. I'm successfully conecting from my Windows boxes, I managed quite complicated stuff in a database, but I cannot find the *.fdb file on my CentOS filesystem. There is no "mydb.fdb" file (assuming my database is named mydb, which I use in my connection strings) on the CentOS filesystem. Did an "updatedb" under root, then "locate *.fdb", "locate mydb", locate "mydb.fdb", etc, but no results (besides the examples.fdb and help.fdb files).
>Where on earth is my fdb file?! The log files are not of any help on this issue.
>I created my database in IBExpert, on the Windows client side, did not use iSQL + CREATE DATABASE on the CentOS console. In firebird.config, DatabaseAccess is set to the default (full I assume).