Tom Lane wrote:
> Rodrigo Gonzalez <rjgonzale(at)gmail(dot)com> writes:
>> PgSQL is returning that error when I open pgdmin and when I run some
>> queries related to pg_buffercache. Also pg_dump cannot dump the DB.
>> PgSQL version is 8.3.3 and happened one day after loading the DB there.
> That raises a lot of questions about the trustworthiness of the platform
> you're using (hardware, kernel, etc). In 8.3, 2836 is pg_proc's TOAST
> table and should certainly never get deleted. I think you have
> filesystem or hardware issues.
> regards, tom lane
Can be related to oom killer? I noticed today that it was invoked twice.
I am making other server to move the DB finally there, but would want to
know if the problem is hardware or not to be prepared for future...
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