I have several directories such as 1, 17229, 17230, 333909 under
base. but none of them is generated during crash time. Under thsoe
directories, there are a bunch of files with NNNN(number) filename.
Some of them are over size of 6M.
I guess i will set the max_stack_depth in postgres.conf to get the right
Nope, no other add-on or modules. we are just using tables, indices and
triggers from slony.
Michael Fuhr wrote:
>On Wed, Oct 26, 2005 at 09:27:52AM +0100, Telin Lin wrote:
>>My postgresql keeps crashing by signal 11 after a number of concurrent
>>inserts + updates.
>Did you get a core dump? If so, can you get a stack trace from it?
>In released versions of PostgreSQL core dumps are usually found
>under the $PGDATA/base/<database oid> directory unless your system
>is configured to put them elsewhere. If you got no core dump then
>you might need to adjust the coredumpsize resource limit that the
>postmaster runs with.
>You mentioned that you were using Slony. Do you have any other
>add-ons? Custom data types, third-party modules, etc.?
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