On Fri, 2007-11-16 at 06:34 +0100, Christian Ullrich wrote:
> * Magnus Hagander wrote:
> > Christian Ullrich wrote:
> >> psql tells me about an "invalid frontend message type 112". Most of the
> >> time, that error comes as the first line of output from psql (above the
> >> "Welcome to" line), sometimes it is displayed later:
> > Does it work if you run the client on the same machine as the server?
> > How's your AD set up - single domain, or multiple?
> Single domain, AD native mode, DC is Windows 2000.
> > Do you get anything in the server logs (please check both eventlog and
> > the pg_log directory)
> Nothing relevant in eventlog, and pg_log only has the "invalid frontend
> message type 112" lines. Interspersed with "loaded library
> $libdir/plugin_debugger.dll", but I guess that's not important here.
> > And yes, please send me a network trace off-list. (send the rest of the
> > responses on-list in case someone else has a good idea :-P)
Thanks for sending this. I'll be offline most of next week, so I won't
have time to look into this. If someone else wants to pick it up, please
do (and ask Christian for a copy of the trace). If not, I'll look at it
when I'm back firmly connected to the internet.
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