On Fri, Feb 6, 2009 at 2:33 PM, Ashesh Vashi
> Hi Dave,
> - If the initial connection attempt fails, it will loop, and
> retry a few times at the speed of the normal timing loop
> before giving up.
> Hmm, I don't see any of the service code I expected to see for
> Windows. At the moment when the service starts we start MainLoop() and
> immediately tell the SCM that the service state is 'running'. What we
> should do, is tell the SCM that the service is starting until the
> primary connection is successful, and only then tell the SCM that
> we're running. That way, the service will refuse to start if the
> connection cannot be made, rather than starting and then stopping
> again. It'll also mean that when starting the service manually, the
> progress bar will be shown until the connection is established and we
> know everything is good.
> That's the code I mentioned I'd worked on in pg_ctl - in particular
> look at the do_checkpoint related stuff in
> test_postmaster_connection() which is how we tell the SCM that we're
> still trying to startup.
> Please find the updated patch for that.
Thanks - patch applied with some minor cosmetic tweaking, and removal
of the START_SUSPENDED stuff that we never used anyway.
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