> > >
> > >
> > Interesting.... Database starts up at 10:32:37 and processes all
> > databases through autovacuum.
> > Then exactly a minute later, it processes the postgres database.
> > 5 seconds later, you get a SIGINT.
> > Is there something wrong with autovacuum? Normally I would doubt it but
> > the other possibility is something is waiting for just over a minute and
> > then shutting down the database.
> > If you su postgres, can you run pg_ctl and get the database up by itself?
> If I remember correctly, this is a problem with the debian startup
> script requiring trust for the postgres superuser, and was discussed
> sometime last year. I'll wander through the archives in a free moment
> and see if I can find it.
Great Scott!! Thank you!! This system was just installed on Debian (2 days), and
the original pg_hba.conf file authen method was "ident sameuser" and appears not
allow it to be changed!
Look forward to your information!! Thanks a lot!!
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