Subject Re: [firebird-support] fb_inet_server.exe -h switch?
Author Thomas Steinmaurer
> In Task manager I see multiple instances of fb_inet_server.exe, as
> expected (classic server).
> What I'm wondering is what the command line switches mean.
> I see all of them have -i except the default instance. What does it mean?

-i means, that connections via TCP/IP are accepted.

> More importantly I see they have -h N, where N is for instance 484 and
> 492. What does -h and the numeric value mean?

With 2.5 Classic, I have something like that:

-h 432@1620

Don't know about 432, but 1620 in my case is the process ID of the
parent (listener) process.

With regards,
Thomas Steinmaurer (^TS^)
Firebird Technology Evangelist

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