Subject Re: [firebird-support] Connecting to Superserver on CentOS 6
Author marcus

On 12.05.2015 00:45, 'David E. Wheeler' david@...
[firebird-support] wrote:
> Firebirders,
> I have been using the firebird-classic RPM for testing Sqitch,
> connecting like so:
> isql-fb -u sysdba -p masterkey
> This worked well, but now I’d like to use superserver, instead. So I
> removed that RPM and installed from EPEL and fired
> up the server with `sudo service firebird-superserver start`. But now
> the above command is unable to connect me:
Have you checked the xinetd config?
FB Classic server needs xinetd, writes a firebird.conf in /etc/xinetd.d

> $ isql-fb -u sysdba -p masterkey
> Use CONNECT or CREATE DATABASE to specify a database
> SQL> create database 'foo';
> Statement failed, SQLSTATE = 08004
> connection rejected by remote interface
> What do I need to tweak to get it so that I can connect and create a
> database? The hosts file includes “localhost” as a name for,
> for what that’s worth, so I doubt it’s a host name issue.
> TIA,
> David
Cheers, Marcus

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