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Re: BUG #2967: BUG #2881: FATAL: could not reattach to shared memory (Win32)

From: Magnus Hagander <magnus(at)hagander(dot)net>
To: dj02(at)dj02(dot)net, pgsql-bugs(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: BUG #2967: BUG #2881: FATAL: could not reattach to shared memory (Win32)
Date: 2007-02-04 18:11:18
Message-ID: 45C621C6.3000402@hagander.net (view raw or flat)
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Dj02 wrote:
> It's in default values and it gives the errors staight away. It will
> always fix when i restart PostgreSQL service.
> 
> Magnus Hagander kirjoitti:
>> Mika Vimpari wrote:
>>  
>>> The following bug has been logged online:
>>>
>>> Bug reference:      2967
>>> Logged by:          Mika Vimpari
>>> Email address:      dj02(at)dj02(dot)net
>>> PostgreSQL version: 8.2.1
>>> Operating system:   Windows XP Pro, SP 2, Fin, 5.1.2600
>>> Description:        BUG #2881: FATAL: could not reattach to shared
>>> memory
>>> (Win32)
>>> Details:
>>> I checked release notes of v8.2.1 and still the bug:
>>> http://archives.postgresql.org/pgsql-bugs/2007-01/msg00043.php isn't
>>> fixed.
>>> I've seen that when after computer restart i stop and start the
>>> postgresql
>>> service again the problem doesn't appear anymore before next computer
>>> restart.
>>>     
>>
>> I think you need to give more information on how to reproduce this. Does
>> it happen right at restart, or later? What commands cause it to happen?
>> What configuration values have you changed from their default values?
>> etc.
>>
>> //Magnus
>>
>>   

Then you need to look for something in your local configuration, because
nobody else of the tens of thousands of people running it get that
happening. It must be something that's present only in your environment.

//Magnus


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