First of all, i would like to thank you for your very good job in this
I have installed Postgres7.1 as an NT service (NT4 sp6). After a lot of
problems, now, it runs nicely (i have re-compiled postgres with my own
and noticed that ipc-daemon starts better when it is installed via Invoker
of its own invocation --install-as-service).
My problem is that Postgres don't stop correctly when it is installed as a
At the boot time, it find the file /usr/share/postgresql/postmaster.pid and
When i worked with the 7.03 version, postmaster failed only when it started
before ipc-daemon. Except this case, it started very nicely.
I read the Fred Yankowski discussion on this subject :
and saw that it was in developpement.
So i'm wondering if removing the file /usr/share/postgresql/postmaster.pid
at the boot
time is a good thing to start Postmaster or if i should return to the 7.03
bye outer join !!).
Have you a tip to stop properly postmaster NT service or i have to wait for
version ? (I would proposed myself for developping this function but my C++
bad, like my english :-) )
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