Ühel kenal päeval, N, 2006-06-29 kell 16:42, kirjutas Chris Browne:
> marc(at)bloodnok(dot)com (Marc Munro) writes:
> > As you see, slony is attempting to enter one tuple
> > ('374520943','22007','0') two times.
> > Each previous time we have had this problem, rebuilding the indexes on
> > slony log table (sl_log_1) has fixed the problem. I have not reindexed
> > the table this time as I do not want to destroy any usable evidence.
> We have seen this phenomenon on 7.4.8 several times; pulled dumps of
> sl_log_1 and index files that Jan Wieck looked at, which alas hasn't
> led to a fix.
> He did, mind you, find some concurrency pattern that led, if memory
> serves, to 7.4.12's release. We had experienced cases where there was
> some worse corruption that required that we rebuild replicas from
> scratch :-(.
How well did you check the C-language triggers and special slony
functions for possibly corrupting some backend/shared-mem structures ?
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