On Fri, Mar 12, 2004 at 10:19:06AM +0000, Charl van Jaarsveldt wrote:
> When I run postmaster, the first line of the log is this:
> shmdt (0x1330000) failed: Invalid Argument
> After that the program goes on and successfully start the database.
AFAICT, you can ignore the above error. I started to notice errors like
the above sometime in the past, but they never affected PostgreSQL's
operation so I ignored them myself.
> I can then log in using psql, but not with something else, like
Your pgAdmin problem is most likely unrelated. Did you start
postmaster with the -i option (to enable TCP/IP sockets)? IIRC, pgAdmin
does not use Unix domain sockets.
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