|Subject||Re: [firebird-support] Re: connection paths|
On 14 May 2012 11:05, Dmitry Kuzmenko <kdv@...> wrote:
> Hello, Nick!
> NU> On 11 May 2012 13:00, Nick Upson <nu@...> wrote:
> >> Hi,
> >> On Centos am I ok having all of the following paths in use at the same
> >> time?
> >> myserver:/opt/dbs/mydb.fdb (from external client)
> >> localhost:/opt/dbs/mydb.fdb (from internal client)
> >> /opt/dbs/mydb.fdb (from internal client)
> >> fb2.1.4 at present, obviously I would like to avoid the possibility of
> >> corruption
> why you expect corruption? accessing same db by different connection
> strings can't corrupt db.
> But, IMHO, I prefer to use same connection string for all types
> of clients, because I do not see any reason to use different
> connection strings here. My choice is
> for all your cases :-)
> moreover, myserver:... or localhost:... is the same tcp connection.
there is/was an issue with connecting to a firebird database with multiple
paths, hence my concern
in particular, my concern was with using the tcp path (with leading server)
and the direct path (without leading server)
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