I'm pretty new to Postgres, but have managed to build a substantial site on
it. I built the entire thing locally on some dev servers, and then put it
online. The production DB server is a superb machine (twin PIII Ghz, 2 gigs
RAM) so it should be able to handle anything my dev servers could.
I have not begun directing users to the new site, while it's public it has
no name so I'm basically the only one using it.
When running a script that worked perfectly locally, I will always get this
error before script completion:
psql: ERROR: cannot find attribute 1 of relation pg_proc_oid_index
At that point the server has crapped out and is no longer accepting any
connections. It daemon has to be restarted to work properly.
- Re: Crash at 2001-03-14 15:59:04 from Tom Lane
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