Firebird Project is happy to announce general availability of Firebird 2.5.3 — the latest minor release in the Firebird 2.5 series.

This sub-release introduces several bug fixes and a few improvements, please refer to the 
Release Notes for the full list of changes. Binary kits for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X on both 32-bit and 64-bit platforms are immediately available for download.

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Tony announced new version, IBX for Lazarus 1.1 is now available from

http://www.mwasoftware.co.uk/ibx

See announcement in the 3rd party Lazarus forum for the change log.
Performance increased with 30-50% in some cases.

Many thanks to Gabor for pointing out the performance issues and for testing updates. This kicked me into cleaning up this part of the code and rationalising the way that IBX handles column names with spaces and special characters in them.

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Mark Rotteveel published a snapshot of Jaybird 3.0 for testing purposes.

This is a very early snapshot, a lot of work still needs to be done
before Jaybird 3.0 will be release-ready. We’d appreciate your feedback,
but we’d like to emphasize that this version is unstable and not ready
for production.

The protocol implementation has been fundamentally rewritten and changes
have been made for stricter JDBC conformance. As a result the driver
might exhibit different behavior than previous versions. Read the
release notes carefully to see if those differences are intentional. Bug
reports about undocumented changes in behavior are appreciated.

Current snapshot versions do not support Type 2 and embedded driver

Download from sourceforge

or from Maven from the sonatype snapshot repository

Release notes are online at driver documentation page

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Today, 15/July, is the deadline to submit talks proposals for the Firebird International Conference, to happen in Prague, in the end of October. More information here.

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Tuning 1.7 Terabyte FirebirdSQL database (part 3)

For those who did not read the first 2 parts:
Firebird Performance Degradation (part 1)

More details about 1.7Tb database (part 2)

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FireServer

The official site for the FireServer Project is now on-line! You can find basic information about the project. There are no ISO downloads available yet. We expect to have the first ISO until the end of August.

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FDB release 1.4.1 is out:
http://pypi.python.org/pypi/fdb

This release fixes some issues found over last year and adds few
enhancements. Check out the changelog at
http://pythonhosted.org//fdb/changelog.html#version-1-4-1

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Microtec is pleased to announce a new release of our database mirroring and backup tool : CopyCat LiveMirror version 1.2 !

LiveMirror makes it trivial to setup a one-way replication setup between two Firebird databases, so that you can easily have a reliable, up-to-date backup at your fingertips, at all times.

For more information about CopyCat LiveMirror, have a look at our product page.

Changes in this release:

  • Added an option allowing you to specify a list of tables to exclude from replication.
  •  Added an option allowing you to manually create or remove CopyCat meta-data (system tables and triggers) from your databases.
  •  Add button to synchronize manually.
  •  If no primary key is available, LiveMirror will now use any available unique index to identify the rows to replicate.
  •  Fixed a bug causing incorrect date/time formatting for date fields used in primary keys in dialect 1 databases.
  •  Corrected a refresh problem : if you kill the service from the task manager, the “Started” label does not get refreshed in the LiveMirror Manager.

 

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There are a few changes to libfq (A Postgresql like api and wrapper for Firebird api)

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Fireserver is a project of a custom linux server distro that includes Firebird as default database server, and can be used freely by any company who want to simplify their customer’s servers administration and support.

You can read a full article about the Fireserver project in opensource.com/life/14/6/fireserver-project

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