On Tue, 15 Nov 2005, Kevin Grittner wrote:
> I got the error log working on Windows (with redirect_stderr). I had
> to stop and restart postgres to do so. I ran the query (for the fourth
> time), and it completed successfully.
Strange - the phyiscal read for the 2nd, 3rd, 4th time should be the
same, if we intent to think of the IO presure.
> Is there anything that anyone wants me to do at this point, to try
> to pin down a cause, or do I drop it here?
Since you can reproduce the error with big chance, I think it is a good
chance to pin down a cause now. It would be useful to know the
GetLastError() instead of a tranlated errno. Can you patch the code like
this (patch smgrread()):
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