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Firebird memory used grow

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I have a Firebird server running over Win 2003 server and after 2 or 3 days the performance decrease.
If I see the Task Manager, the memory used by Firebird is growing up until the process crash.
What can I do to fix it?
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Question by:esther_ahumada
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the most likely cause is a udf with a bug, failing to release it's memory. have you added any udf's?

what, exact, version is this? superserver or classic?
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by:Ustin19
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try to:
1) redeclare string-returning udf functions with FREE_IT derective
2) restart firebird in classic architecture
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