--- Rajesh Kumar Mallah <mallah(dot)rajesh(at)gmail(dot)com>
> On 4/5/07, Tom Lane <tgl(at)sss(dot)pgh(dot)pa(dot)us> wrote:
> > "Rajesh Kumar Mallah" <mallah(dot)rajesh(at)gmail(dot)com>
> > > A friend of mine getting following error
> > > Error: xlog flush request 0/797FED50/ is not
> satisfied -- flushed only
> > > to 0/797FC1D8
> > > CONTEXT: writing block 681 of relation
> > Which PG version exactly? Has he had any crashes
> lately? The message
> > means that that block contains an LSN that's past
> the current end of WAL,
> > which is a pretty suspicious situation.
> > The message will go away pretty soon (as soon as
> another 10K or so of
> > WAL is generated) but this looks like a symptom of
> a bug to me. Details
> > would be good.
> The person "Ashwin" might contact the list directly.
> If he does'nt i shall try my best to get the details
> regds mallah.
> > regards, tom lane
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I am using postgres-8.2.3, i have changed my
postgres.c file, in the function PostgresMain in the
case P of processing the command so that, whenever i
see a word say "tiger" as the first word of the
query, i will generate 10,000 inserts into a table and
execute them using exec_simple.
I will fire one query through jdbc beginning with the
same word "tiger".
Here after inserting 5600 inserts i get the above
Any idea how to succesfully insert all those values.
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