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How to access firebird database after restore

Posted on 2014-03-13
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Hi, I restored firebird database: normal database: jawsie.fdb, restored: jawsie2.fdb; when I delete jawsie.fdb, and then rename jawsie2.fdb to jawsie.fdb, after entering user and password, I get an IO error.

How should I do this ?

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Mario
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there is nothing wrong with this process so far, check the final file permissions as they could be wrong, you must be sure that nothing is using the old copy before you delete it
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It might help if you posted in the interbase/firebird area of EE
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Hi Nick, found the problem: jawsie2.fbd should be : jawsie2.fdb

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Mario
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