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13 Jan 2005 Documentation for TMP$STATE field in TMP$DATABASE table
The new TMP$STATE field is not documented in the InterBase 7.5 documentation. It is documented here.
Quinn Wildman FAQ
16 Dec 2004 MAX_THREADS defaults to 1000000
The optimal setting for MAX_THREADS on single CPU systems is 1
Quinn Wildman FAQ
3 Dec 2004 Addtional information on TMP$HEAPS and TMP$TRIGGERS tables
InterBase 7.5 introduces the 2 new system temporary tables, TMP$HEAPS and TMP$TRIGGERS.
Quinn Wildman TI
14 Jul 2003 Deadlock errors: cause and resolution
What causes deadlock errors and how to handle them.
Ben Matterson FAQ
25 Jun 2002 Reflecting database changes
Chnages to a database are not always immediately seen by other users.
Ben Matterson FAQ
25 Jun 2002 Multi-threaded applicattion exception
Multi-threaded applications need one connection per thread.
Ben Matterson FAQ
24 Jul 2001 Why am i am getting message Max user count exceeded?
There may be open connections that need to be closed.
Gabe Goldfield FAQ
24 Jul 2000 Solution to error INET/select_wait: select failed
The solution is to reboot the server and reconnect the clients.
Borland Staff FAQ
24 Jul 2000 How do I check to see how many semaphores are being allocated by InterBase.
Steps to check the semaphores allocated
Borland Staff FAQ
24 Jul 2000 Handling Deadlocks When Using InterBase Tables in Delphi and C++ Builder
When using a Delphi and C++ Builder client applications that are <BR>performing SELECT statements encounter a deadlock when another <BR>client application locks a record by using an UPDATE, DELETE, or INSERT statement.
Borland Staff FAQ
24 Jul 2000 Moving the oldest interesting (OIT) and oldest active transactions (OAT) along
Discussion involving the Multigenerational Database Engine
Borland Staff FAQ
24 Jul 2000 Definition of Oldest Interesting Transaction
Discussion involving the Multigenational Database Architecture
Borland Staff FAQ
24 Jul 2000 SCH_validate errors appear in interbase.log file
SCH_validate errors are internal server errors that are related to InterBase's internal scheduler.
Borland Staff FAQ
24 Jul 2000 What is two phase commit?
Two phase commit refers to a transaction that can span two or more databases (which may be on different servers).
Borland Staff FAQ
24 Jul 2000 What is a transaction?
This document defines what a transaction is. It provides an introductory level overview of the basic types of transaction options supported by InterBase.
Borland Staff TI

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