|Subject||RE: [firebird-support] unsupported on-disk structure|
Using isql command line I can connect without a problem.
Thank you very much Helen, you have saved my day. I did a search and found the culprit.
I installed iVMS-4200 Stream Media Server (for CCTV) last night just before I went to bed, and I see that they are making use of most probably Interbase. I will uninstall the software, and see if it resolves my problem.
Thank you again for pointing me in the right direction.
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Subject: Re: [firebird-support] unsupported on-disk structure
At 06:25 p.m. 27/02/2015, 'Marius Labuschagne' mjlabuschagne@... [firebird-s wrote:
>Hi,What happens when you try to connect using isql from the \bin directory of your Firebird 2.5.3 root?
>Can someone please comment on this scenario.
>I have been working on my machine for months, and suddenly this morning whenever I try to connect to any of my database stored on this machine I get the following error:
>unsupported on-disk structure for file C:\......\TD3.FDB; found 32779.15
>My machine is an generation 4 I5 with 16GB of RAM, and running Windows 7 Professional.
>Firebird Server that is installed is Firebird-22.214.171.124780_0_x64
>Nothing has changed on the machine, that I know of, and suddenly this morning when I wanted to start working all of the databases I try to connect to gives me that error.
>My guess is that either you have a rogue copy of either an old Firebird client or an InterBase client in the service path.
>I use Database Workbench to connect to the databases.
Helen Borrie, Support Consultant, IBPhoenix (Pacific)
Author of "The Firebird Book" and "The Firebird Book Second Edition"