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NAME

       fbserver - Firebird super server

SYNOPSIS

       fbserver [option...]

DESCRIPTION

       fbserver is the standalone "super" server for Firebird RDBMS. It uses a
       single process and a single OS thread to manage multiple connections
       over TCP/IP.

       All the connections share the database page cache.

OPTIONS

       -d  Turn on debugging

       -pprotocol
           Specify protocol

       -h  Show short usage information

       -e dir
           Specify the path to the Firebird root directory.

       -el dir
           Specify the path to the lock directory

       -em dir
           Specify the path to the directory containing the messages file.

       -z  Print version information

AUTHOR & COPYRIGHT

       Copyright (C) Damyan Ivanov, 2009.

       This manpage was written by Damyan Ivanov for the Debian project but
       may be used by others. Permission is granted to use this document, with
       or without modifications, provided that this notice is retained. If we
       meet some day, and you think this stuff is worth it, you can buy me a
       beer in return.



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