It seems like postgres is thinking that the query is incorrectly
formatted. Do you know what query is being run when this happens?
You may wish to start the postmaster with -d2 which should print
out the queries that postgres is seeing.
On Wed, 25 Oct 2000, andres mackiewicz wrote:
> I have this problem:
> The next message appears when I try to make an INSERT into a table:
> Connection refused
> DBD::Pg::st execute failed: ERROR:
> parser: parse error at or near "refused"
> The situation is the next: I have a lot of processes making insertions
> in the same database, and I suspect that is the cause of the message,
> but I'm not sure.
> Could be another cause?
> How can I solve it?
> I have tried the "autocommit" option on, and i still have the
> Thank you.
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