Hi Tom and Scott,
Thanks for your support. I hope the upgrade fix the
And, Scott, you are right, english isn't my first
language, I'm a brazilian and I know brazilian
portuguese. When I try to write english in a fast way,
and without doing gramatical correction, I use to go
into lots of mistakes. ;-) Thou I am really trying to
improve my english.
Well, once again, thanks for your support.
Campinas' University - Brazil
--- "scott.marlowe" <scott(dot)marlowe(at)ihs(dot)com> escreveu:
> On Wed, 28 Jan 2004, Tom Lane wrote:
> > =?iso-8859-1?q?MaRCeLO=20PeReiRA?=
> <gandalf_mp(at)yahoo(dot)com(dot)br> writes:
> > > It isn't the case! I can do everything without
> > > problem, and without losing performance. The
> > > problem is the postmaster daemon, that die.
> > > ;-)
> > That's pretty hard to believe (we've not had a
> postmaster-crashing bug
> > in a long time), and it's even harder to believe
> that the symptoms would
> > be as you describe if it did. if the postmaster
> wasn't there, psql
> > connection attempts would fail immediately with
> "connection refused" or
> > similar messages.
> I'm pretty sure, from his first message, what he
> means is that the
> postmaster process is going into some kind of loop
> (100% CPU) and not
> responding, not necessarily dying. I'm reasonably
> certain English is not
> Marcelo's first language, so it's understandable
> he'd miss the mark on the
> meaning of a few words here and there.
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