2010/2/16 Fujii Masao <masao(dot)fujii(at)gmail(dot)com>:
> On Tue, Feb 16, 2010 at 12:37 AM, Magnus Hagander <magnus(at)hagander(dot)net> wrote:
>> With the libpq fixes, I get further (more on that fix later, btw), but
>> now I get stuck in this. When I do something on the master that
>> generates WAL, such as insert a record, and then try to query this on
>> the slave, the walreceiver process crashes with:
>> PANIC: XX000: could not write to log file 0, segment 9 at offset 0, length 160:
>> Invalid argument
>> LOCATION: XLogWalRcvWrite, .\src\backend\replication\walreceiver.c:487
>> I'll keep digging at the details, but if somebody has a good idea here.. ;)
> Yeah, this problem was reproduced in my (very slow :-( ) MinGW environment, too.
> Though I've not idenfied the cause yet, I guess that it derives from wrong use
> of the type of local variables in XLogWalRcvWrite(). I'll continue investigation
> of it.
I will be somewhat spottily available over the next two days due to
on-site work with clients.
Let me know if you would be helped by some details of how to get a
(somewhat faster) EC2 image up and running with MSVC to test on :-)
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