Tom Lane wrote:
> Darren Reed <darrenr+postgres(at)fastmail(dot)net> writes:
> > Hmmm, from the logfile, signal 11, so it core dumped...
> > Of course the default built binary is -O2...
> > (gdb) where
> > #0 0x082114b8 in RelationCacheInitializePhase2 ()
> > #1 0x0821fa67 in InitPostgres ()
> > #2 0x081a7d8b in PostgresMain ()
> > #3 0x08184882 in ServerLoop ()
> > #4 0x0818545c in PostmasterMain ()
> > #5 0x0814be1f in main ()
> Hm, if you are really lucky, this is because of a corrupt
> pg_internal.init file. Fortunately for you, that's just a cache;
> try removing (all of the) pg_internal.init files and see if the
> DB will start.
How do I know which files those are?
I see nothing named that although grep suggests they did exist...
# grep pg_internal.init */*
Binary file base/1 matches
Binary file base/10818 matches
Binary file base/10819 matches
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