On 1 Feb 2012, at 21:43, Tom Lane wrote:
>> Client 87 aborted in state 8: ERROR: wrong hoff: 134
> Yowza. Is this just the standard pgbench test, or something else?
This is pgbench with a custom script (-f option.)
> If you could post complete instructions for duplicating this, we
> could probably find the cause fairly quickly.
I'd love to, really I would! If I did, the instructions would be War & Peace length :)
I've been on this for over a week now, and much of that has been trying to simplify the test case. I have a lot more to go on now though so I may make more progress with that soon. (Although it's 10:30pm so I'm calling it a day!)
>> What I don't get is why this is causing the client to abort, and not the backend.
> As Alvaro said, it's not reaching the abort(). You should use PANIC
Yes thanks, and to Álvaro too. I changed it to PANIC and I now have many many core files to choose from!
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