Sheesh, really, I've used computers before. Let's try again,
gunning for "comprehensible" this time...
I recently installed Postgresql 7.0.0 on Windows 2000, intending to
experiment with Tomcat. After some hunting I found a recent version of
ipc-daemon.exe and things looked good. But after I got a small Tomcat app
talking to Postgres, I found that my CPU meter was pegged. The Windows
Task Manager reported that postgres was using 85-100% of the CPU. I killed
it off and restarted a few times, then tried rebooting, but I kept seeing
Is this a known bug or should I look harder at my configuration?
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