On Mon, Oct 26, 2009 at 12:34 AM, Andreas Schmidt <a(dot)schmidt(at)mdtec(dot)de> wrote:
> I'm testing serveral days a replication-system with PostgreSQL, but I get
> allways the same error.
> 2009-10-25 15:44:45 CET FATAL: XX000: could not restore file
> "00000001.history" from archive: return code -1073741811
> The restore_command is:
> restore_command = 'pg_standby.exe -d -s 5 -t C:\pgsql.trigger.5442
> w:\wal-archive %f %p %r 2>>pg_log\pg_standby.log'
> The system is runnig on WinXP (during this test), the database-version is
> 8.3.8. I've tried out the pg_standby-version from PG8.4, but there is no
> difference in the result.
> So I can't understand what this return-code means, (and) I've never seen a
> file named 00000001.history. It definitely doesn't exist on my master and so
> my archive_command can't replicate to the slave.
This is the same problem that was reported before.
The cause is the signals support for pg_standby on win32.
We should get rid of that.
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