|Subject||RE: [Graymail] Re: [firebird-support] error 10054|
Thursday, September 21, 2017, 12:24:52 AM, "Sabbagh, Nariman" <nariman.sabbagh@...> wrote:
> I am using Ames application which is using firebird, Ames keepsWell, that is a network error, not coming from Firebird. Firebird
> hanging and it is because of firebird giving error 10054. Could you please advise , thank you
will obligingly report and log network errors, but it has no control
over what happens in your network.
You say the AMES application "keeps hanging". That is not "because of
Firebird" but will be due to one of two main sources of trouble:
1) The application crashes while a user at a client node is connected
to the database. This may be due a bug in your software or it could
be just a careless or impatient user ending a slow session by just
switching off instead of exiting gracefully from the application.
2) Your network service is losing the connection between the Firebird
server and the user experiencing the problems, due to some fault in
the network (hardware or configuration).
From your email address, I'm guessing that this "AMES" software is the
aircraft maintenance scheduling product from the Omega company in
Texas, U.S.A. If you are able to eliminate network faults then your
only option is to contact their software support, giving a better
description of the problem than the one you provided here.