"Deepa K" <kdeepa(at)midascomm(dot)com> writes:
> I am running postgresql 7.1.3 in RedHat Linux 7.2.
You do realize that both your database and your OS are ancient versions
with many known bugs?
> NOTICE: RelationBuildDesc: can't open pg_trigger: Too many open files in
I think this is probably the source of the core dump --- the code
probably isn't prepared to recover from that. You'll need to increase
the kernel limit on number of open files. In recent PG versions you
could alternatively decrease max_files_per_process, but I'm pretty sure
7.1 did not have that setting ...
regards, tom lane
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