On 10/04/2011 12:29 PM, Robert Burgholzer wrote:
> So, now I am starting to think that I did something erroneous when
> restarting the PG server, because after the most recent crash on my dev
> server, it is now seemingly uncrashable. Which makes me think it is
> FIXED by the upgrade to 0.13 - which is awesome. Though I was pretty
> certain that I had restarted the PG process - but it is possible that I
> missed it of course.
Are you pre-loading plr?
> FWIW, I used the following command:
> pg_ctl -D /var/lib/pgsql/data restart -l logfile
> I have run the test query 1,000 times in a loop on my dev server without
> a crash now, and it managed to crash the live server in a test after
> about 20 invocations earlier today.
> So, thanks to everyone, I will chalk this up as a great learning
> experience, I have managed to get my stack traces and so forth, so that
> is awesome. Your patience and willingness to help has been awesome.
Sounds good -- let us know if the problem resurfaces.
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