On Sun, Dec 05, 2004 at 11:13:12AM +0100, Kasimir M?ller wrote:
> My cygwin-postgresql enviroment worked perfectly for years until now.
> Some weeks before I installed Servicepack 2 .
SP2 for XP? If so, then your cygcheck is not congruent with the above.
> Now I can't start postgresql anymore.
> I get the "Bad system call" Error after invoking
> I know, there was a lot of similar questions on this list, but I can't
> get a solution.
> I'm starting postgresql with:
> ipc-daemon2 &
> postmaster -D /usr/local/pgsql/data -i -d 5
> I also tried installing ipc-daemon as a service with the same results.
Your cygcheck indicates you are using a version of Cygwin PostgreSQL
that requires cygserver. See below... Please read the README.
> Cygwin Configuration Diagnostics
> Current System Time: Sun Dec 05 11:02:18 2004
> Windows NT Ver 4.0 Build 1381 Service Pack 5
NT 4.0 SP5? See above...
> postgresql 7.4.5-1
This version of PostgreSQL requires cygserver. See above...
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