|Subject||RE: [firebird-support] Re: Firebird 2.5.4 - CentOS - mon$remote_address 0.0.0.0|
|Author||Marianne Castel - Titelive|
Thanks Steve for the information. I think we’ll try on a virtual machine the centOS versions with the different mode of firebird (classic, superserver, superclassic).
To Thomas, yes that’s real remote connections from different remote servers (there is no local connections).
> Hello ,Is this a real remote connection from a remote client or an attachment locally on the server?
> So Dmitry suggested it , we have disabled IPV6 on our server CentOS 7 (Firebird
> 2.5.4 Classic server (I forgot to mention it in my first mail)).
> By following the centos FAQ :
> Rebooting the server.
> But even after this modification the mon$remote_address is still giving
> Any ideas are welcome.
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> Objet : [firebird-support] Re: Firebird 2.5.4 - CentOS - mon$remote_address
> 08.06.2015 10:02, Marianne Castel wrote:
>> We were working with Firebird 2.5.2 on Debian . At that time, in the
>> monitoring table MON$ATTACHEMENTS I could see the IP address of the
>> client connected to a database.
>> Now our administrators have decided to work with CentOS and the last
>> available packages thus Firebird 2.5.4, and now in the databases on
>> that server in the table MON$ATTACHEMENTS table the field
>> mon$remote_address always contains : 0.0.0.0
>> May be that the server is different too (network connection?) …
>> Any idea why the IP address is no more reported ? How could we have the
>> IP address again in the monitoring table ?
> Interesting. One possible explanation can be found here:
> Firebird 2.x does not support IPv6 and always listens on a AF_INET (i.e.
> v4) socket, but maybe it could be related somehow. Have you tried to
> disable IPv6 on the new server box?