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Re: Problem with JDBC interface in Postgresql-6.3

From: Peter T Mount <pmount(at)maidast(dot)demon(dot)co(dot)uk>
To: Uri Blumenthal <uri(at)ibm(dot)net>
Cc: pgsql-hackers(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: Problem with JDBC interface in Postgresql-6.3
Date: 1998-03-17 07:10:04
Message-ID: Pine.LNX.3.95.980317070653.18802A-100000@maidast (view raw or flat)
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Lists: pgsql-hackers
[ I'm forwarding this to the hackers list, as this looks like a problem in
the backend ]

On Mon, 16 Mar 1998, Uri Blumenthal wrote:

> > I've tried to reproduce this, but it's not failing.
> 
> Lucky you are...
> 
> > This sounds like the backend dying while in the middle of the fastpath
> > call. If you run the backend with debugging enabled, does anything appear
> > when this fault occurs?
> 
> You bet. Here's the output of "-d 3 -o /tmp/pgsql.log":
> 
> NOTICE:  DateStyle is Postgres with US (NonEuropean) conventions
> NOTICE:  buffer leak [77] detected in BufferPoolCheckLeak()
> NOTICE:  buffer leak [77] detected in BufferPoolCheckLeak()
> NOTICE:  buffer leak [77] detected in BufferPoolCheckLeak()
> NOTICE:  buffer leak [77] detected in BufferPoolCheckLeak()
> Failed Assertion("!(BufferIsValid(buffer)):", File: "bufmgr.c", Line: 1294)
> !(BufferIsValid(buffer)) (0) [No such file or directory]

Uri, what platform are you running the backend? This looks like something
serious is going wrong here...

> And here's the Java dump:

[ dump snipped - it's just confirming the above ]

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