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Randomly error using php persistent connections

From: Daniel Rubio <drubior(at)tinet(dot)org>
To: pgsql-admin(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Randomly error using php persistent connections
Date: 2003-11-28 12:36:30
Message-ID: 3FC7414E.5040205@tinet.org (view raw or flat)
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Hi all

One of our clients (sometimes I think that all freak clients come to our 
ISP) is using persistent connections via PHP (pg_pconnect) to our 7.3.2 
postgres database.

Randomly their scripts fails, and doing a Reload on navigator their work 
fine again.

I've put debug4 on logs and I've seen this:

2003-11-28 13:28:13 DEBUG:  ProcessQuery
2003-11-28 13:28:13 DEBUG:  ProcessUtility
2003-11-28 13:28:13 DEBUG:  CommitTransactionCommand
2003-11-28 13:28:14 LOG:  pq_recvbuf: unexpected EOF on client connection
2003-11-28 13:28:14 DEBUG:  proc_exit(0)
2003-11-28 13:28:14 DEBUG:  shmem_exit(0)
2003-11-28 13:28:14 DEBUG:  exit(0)
2003-11-28 13:28:14 DEBUG:  reaping dead processes
2003-11-28 13:28:14 DEBUG:  child process (pid 10541) exited with exit 
code 0
2003-11-28 13:28:14 DEBUG:  StartTransactionCommand
2003-11-28 13:28:14 DEBUG:  ProcessQuery

It says that is a problem on the client side, but i can't find nothing 
that helps me.

The web server is a Netscape Enterprise 3.6, and PHP version is 4.3.2.

Someone has been the same problem or knows what is happening?

Thanks in advance.
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Daniel Rubio Rodríguez
OASI (Organisme Autònom Per la Societat de la Informació)
c/ Assalt, 12
43003 - Tarragona
Tef.: 977.244.007 - Fax: 977.224.517
e-mail: drubio(at)oasi(dot)org
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