Subject Re: [firebird-support] fb_inet_server processes slowing down 2.1.3 CS (OpenSuse 10.2 64 bit)
Author Stefan Sinne
Well, the problem is not that there are existing fb_inet_processes,
the problem is that they are doing something that slows down the
remaining 'correct' connections, and this not just over 2 hours or so,
but over days, until I kill them manually.
It seems that they don't disconnect and I don't have any idea of what
they are doing.

We sometimes get these 'orphan' processes, for example when a terminal
breaks down with some people working in the application, or when the
user makes
a reset (because the computer hangs or so).
But so far, and still with other customers, that did not lead to a
performance problem.

Nevertheless, thanks for your response.

Nick Upson escribió:
> if the application is not shutdown correctly (with a disconnect) the
> fb_inet process will remain until it timesout, about 2 hours I think.
> could it be that the users at this customer are shutting down the
> application in a non-cleanly way (say by hitting the X)