I'll run the perl 5.10 upgrade past the guys.
On Thu, Feb 10, 2011 at 6:27 PM, Norbert Zacharias <zac(at)uni-oldenburg(dot)de> wrote:
>> Postgres 8.3.13
>> Solaris 10
>> I have a SELECT query that runs no problem standalone but when running
>> within a perl script it intermittently core dumps. Random, no pattern
>> to the timing of the core dumps. The perl script processes the rows
>> from the query, if the rows satisfy a condition then the perl script
>> adds the rows to another table. When the script works it runs for
>> about a minute. If the script fails, it runs for about 5 minutes and
>> core dumps. The core dump is in the perl error handling routines. We
>> suspect the bug is related to how the perl postgres libraries interact
>> with postgres.
> This might be more a question for a perl group.
>>> perl -V
>> Summary of my perl5 (revision 5 version 8 subversion 8) configuration:
> May be an upgrade to 5.10 will solve the problem ?
>> Anyone have any ideas?
> see above ;-)
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