"D'Arcy J.M. Cain" <darcy(at)druid(dot)net> writes:
> I have posted before about this but I am now posting to both NetBSD and
> PostgreSQL since it seems to be some sort of interaction between the two. I
> have a NetAPP filer on which I am putting a PostgreSQL database. I run
> PostgreSQL on a NetBSD box. I used rsync to get the database onto the filer
> with no problem whatsoever but as soon as I try to open the database the NFS
> mount hangs and I can't do any operations on that mounted drive without
That's darn odd. But please be more specific: what's "open the
database"? Start the postmaster? Start a psql? Issue a query?
> Does the shared memory stuff use disk at all?
No, I can't see that there would be any connection there.
Perhaps the next thing to do is to strace (ktrace, trace, truss,
whatever system-call tracing utility you got) the postmaster and
child processes. If we could determine what system call is hanging up,
we might be a little closer to solving the mystery.
regards, tom lane
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