Subject Re: [firebird-support] Log error messages
Author Ann W. Harrison
On 11/21/2010 9:22 PM, Robert martin wrote:
> MCS17BOPC1 (Server) Sat Nov 20 09:59:07 2010
> INET/inet_error: read errno = 10054
> MCS17BOPC1 (Client) Sat Nov 20 10:04:30 2010
> Control services error 1062
> I know that 10054 may be related to networking issues but is there
> anything in this that gives me a pointer of where to start looking?
> What about 1062, does this illuminate anything?

Yes. The answer is that all Firebird errors print out text, they
never leave you hanging with just a number. When you see a bare
number, it means that Firebird got an error from an underlying
service that doesn't offer further clarification. In that case,
Google is a pretty good resource. Searching for 10054 gives you
lots of examples of what can cause a connection to be reset.
1062 is a bit harder because it's also the MySQL duplicate key
error, but if you look through the hits for "error 1062" you'll
find that its a Windows error and a number of suggestions for
dealing with it.

Best regards,