Whoops, turns out it doesn't work on both development machines, only one
of them. And the production machine and development machine that doesn't
work have this in common: they are both multiprocessors (two
hyperthreaded processors to be precise, so windows sees 4 cpus).
I tried setting the cygserver process to have an affinity for only one
cpu but the problem still arose.
David Mitchell wrote:
> I've built postgres to run on cygserver rather than cygipc because we
> were experiencing hangs that had previously been thought to be caused by
> cygipc. After building postgres it worked fine under heavy load on my
> workstation, and both our development machines. However, once deployed
> to our production server the problem reappeared.
> What can I do to alleviate this problem?
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