Bruce Badger wrote:
> Tom Lane wrote:
> >Bruce Badger <bbadger(at)BadgerSE(dot)com> writes:
> >>Due to network glitch, a PostgreSQL connection over IP is being dropped.
> >Perhaps there is something wrong with your TCP stacks. I do not think
> >it's Postgres' responsibility to second-guess the network transport
> > regards, tom lane
> Not *my* stack, BTW, but that aside I agree with you. The people
> involved suspect that a firewall is causing the problem.
> The thing is that from their point of view, Oracle keeps going where
> PostgreSQL does not. Given that both are running over the same network,
> the response of these people could well be to simply move everything to
> The question, then, is: what can we PostgreSQL people can do to match
> this Oracle ability??
Unless there is more information, nothing. This is the first time I
have heard of this in my 6 years with PostgreSQL.
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