Subject Re: [firebird-support] Multiple classic servers on a single machine Linux
Author Milan TomeŇ° - Position
Hi,

did you made necessary changes in firebird.conf file? You have to change
RemoteServicePort to appropriate port (3060 in your case for firebird-2
service).

M. Tomes

Dne 19.03.2010 15:49, frank.kronbalt napsal(a):
>
> Hi, I am trying to install multiple servers which listen to different
> ports on a single machine. Like so ....
>
> Install directories,
>
> /opt/firebird-1 with executable fb_inet_server-1
> /opt/firebird-2 with executable fb_inet_server-2
> ....
>
> I am using xinetd to listen for incoming connection and I've added to
> /etc/services the following
>
> firebird-1 3050/tcp # Firebird 1
> firebird-1 3050/udp
> firebird-2 3060/tcp # Firebird 2
> firebird-2 3060/udp
>
> --> /etc/xinet.d/firebird-1
> service firebird-1
> {
> flags = REUSE
> socket_type = stream
> wait = no
> user = firebird
> server = /opt/firebird/bin/fb_inet_server-1
> disable = no
> }
>
> --> /etc/xinet.d/firebird-2
> service firebird-2
> {
> flags = REUSE
> socket_type = stream
> wait = no
> user = firebird
> server = /opt/firebird2/bin/fb_inet_server-2
> server_args = -d -e /opt/firebird2/
> port = 3060
> disable = no
> }
>
> When I am trying to connect via telnet to localhost 3050 all seems
> fine, but on 3060 I get the following error in firebird.log of firebird-2
>
> ubuntu Fri Mar 19 05:20:04 2010
> INET/inet_error: bind errno = 98
>
> Anybody got an idea how to solve this problem? and to get the setup
> working as I need it. Thx a lot :)
>
>


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