On 1/30/13 9:11 AM, MauMau wrote:
> When I ran "pg_ctl stop -mi" against the primary, some applications
> connected to the primary did not stop. The cause was that the backends
> was deadlocked in quickdie() with some call stack like the following.
> I'm sorry to have left the stack trace file on the testing machine, so
> I'll show you the precise stack trace tomorrow.
I've had similar problems in the past:
The discussion there never quite concluded. But yes, you need to be
prepared that in rare circumstances SIGQUIT won't succeed and you need
to use SIGKILL.
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