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From: Boris Tomic <boris(at)dustomsails(dot)com>
To: pgsql-admin(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: postgres and freebsd
Date: 2004-09-20 17:03:44
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Hi

I have vps (virtual private server) with freebsd-4.8. I have installed 
postgresql manually and when I run "/usr/local/etc/rc.d/postgresql.sh 
start" from shell server starts normally but when I use same script for 
booting the server I get following log:

Sep 20 08:38:58 mymasin postgres[48663]: [1-1] LOG:  database system was 
shut down at 2004-09-20 00:03:04 CEST
Sep 20 08:38:58 mymasin postgres[48663]: [2-1] LOG:  checkpoint record 
is at 0/9B7240
Sep 20 08:38:58 mymasin postgres[48663]: [3-1] LOG:  redo record is at 
0/9B7240; undo record is at 0/0; shutdown TRUE
Sep 20 08:38:58 mymasin postgres[48663]: [4-1] LOG:  next transaction 
ID: 547; next OID: 17142
Sep 20 08:38:58 mymasin postgres[48663]: [5-1] LOG:  database system is 
ready
Sep 20 08:38:59 mymasin postgres[48659]: [1-1] LOG:  received smart 
shutdown request
Sep 20 08:38:59 mymasin postgres[48667]: [2-1] LOG:  shutting down
Sep 20 08:39:01 mymasin postgres[48667]: [3-1] LOG:  database system is 
shut down

Does somebody know what is killing the server at boot time?

Tnx

Boris

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