Creating and Maintaining a Database
A Firebird database is, first and foremost, a filesystem file under the control of the I/O subsystem of the host machine on which the Firebird server runs. Once the server has created this file, its management system takes control of managing the space, using a low-level protocol to communicate with the I/O subsystem.
KeywordsGarbage Collection Classic Server Cache Size Database File Page Size
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