I ll try that out.Is there means to do an upgrade to 8.3 to 8.4/9.0 with the
data in place?
Thanks in Advance,
On Wed, Sep 29, 2010 at 2:15 PM, Craig Ringer
> Please reply with "reply all" so that others who're on the -bugs list may
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> I've CC'd the list. My reply follows below.
> On 29/09/2010 4:32 PM, aswin jayaraman wrote:
>> I am running it on a Windows Vista 32 bit.The crash happens randomly.So
>> the connections we make to the database fail. This though is not seen on
>> all machines but on the ones it is seen it is quite consistent.Should I
>> try postgreSQL 9.0 for better results? Or is there a fix for the issue?
> I haven't personally seen this particular issue reported, though there have
> been plenty of problems with shared memory that seem to have been fixed in
> 8.4 .
> It would be a good idea to try 8.4 or 9.0 and see if you still have the
> problem there. If you do, then we'll at least be working with a current
> version when debugging/testing.
> Craig Ringer
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