On Mon, Oct 01, 2001 at 04:58:31PM +0200, Samuel Goyer wrote:
> I try to do work PostgreSql on window 98.
> I had try and succes on winnt, but on windows 98 I have the following
> message :
> pq_flush: send() failed: The descriptor is a file, not a socket
> pq_recvbuf: recv() failed: The descriptor is a file, not a socket
> It's the postmaster that sais this.
> The initdb script is ok.
> I try with some several options
> PGHOST, PGPORT, PGDATA, but any of this change the error.
> In a strace command (strace -o psql.log psql -h 188.8.131.52 template1),
> I found this message
> 848 330060 [main] psql 526351 cygwin_socket: 3 = socket (2, 1, 0)
> 654 330714 [main] psql 526351 cygwin_setsockopt: setsockopt optval=1
> 528 331242 [main] psql 526351 cygwin_setsockopt: 0 = setsockopt (3, 6, 1
> (SO_DEBUG), 254FC18, 4)
> 45329288 45660530 [main] psql 526351 __set_winsock_errno:
> cygwin_connect:883 - winsock error 10060 -> errno 116
> 461 45660991 [main] psql 526351 _close: close (3)
> 621 45661612 [main] psql 526351 fhandler_socket::close: 0 =
> If you have any idea ???
Please post the above to the Cygwin mailing list (cygwin(at)cygwin(dot)com).
This is really a Cygwin 9x/Me, sockets problem. Maybe someone there
will be able to fix this problem.
FWIW, from MS's winsock2.h, I was able to glean that 10060 is Winsock
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