Scott Eade <seade(at)backstagetech(dot)com(dot)au> writes:
> Environment: PostgreSQL 7.3.10-RH, RHEL3
> PANIC: open of /var/lib/pgsql/data/pg_clog/0058 failed: No such file
> or directory
> I am wondering if anyone can point me to the supposedly fixed bug that
> would have caused this (is it just me or is it difficult to find
> specific bugs using the mailing list - is there an issue tracker
> somewhere?) It would be nice to know how to avoid this in the future.
I suppose Neil is thinking of this:
which is in fact fixed as of 7.3.8 --- but if you'd updated a pre-7.3.8
installation to 7.3.10 then damage from a previous triggering of the bug
could possibly still be lurking.
Or you could have been bit by something else that happens to have a
similar-looking symptom. There's not enough info here to say.
regards, tom lane
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