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How to use the "firebird.conf" file in Firebird to optimize the database system's performance?
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you will get far more out of optimising the database itself, the firebird.conf file has few setting that should be changed
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There are a couple of setting you can play with in the conf file, its hard to give advice without more info on the verison  of firebird you are using and some specs on your server like platform and hardware specs.

I suggest you read this article:
http://www.ibphoenix.com/main.nfs?a=ibphoenix&s=1136012231:753&page=ibp_scream

Regards
Gary
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