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Re: System in Recovery Mode

From: "Aaron Bono" <postgresql(at)aranya(dot)com>
To: "Simon Riggs" <simon(at)2ndquadrant(dot)com>
Cc: Postgres <pgsql-admin(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Subject: Re: System in Recovery Mode
Date: 2008-02-25 15:53:23
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On Mon, Feb 25, 2008 at 9:42 AM, Simon Riggs <simon(at)2ndquadrant(dot)com> wrote:

> On Mon, 2008-02-25 at 08:11 -0600, Aaron Bono wrote:
> > Our database was going along just fine this morning when, out of the
> > blue, we started getting the following errors:
> >
> > FATAL:  the database system is in recovery mode
> >
> > We are using PostgreSQL 8.1.3 on CentOS.  I was the only person on the
> > machine and had recently started a small batch that had just finished
> > querying and updating the database.  This batch runs constantly and
> > has not been changed in months.
>
> Your database has crashed and is recovering. You should look at the
> server log to find out when and why this happened, then either correct
> the problem or report the bug. <http://www.2ndQuadrant.com>
>
>
Here is what I am seeing:

<2008-02-25 07:15:24 CST username 127.0.0.1>ERROR:  unrecognized node type:
4260493
<2008-02-25 07:15:25 CST [unknown] >LOG:  connection received: host=
127.0.0.1 port=51295
<2008-02-25 07:15:25 CST username 127.0.0.1>LOG:  connection authorized:
user=username database=my_db
<2008-02-25 07:15:25 CST username 127.0.0.1>LOG:  disconnection: session
time: 0:00:00.04 user=username database=my_db host=127.0.0.1 port=51295
<2008-02-25 07:15:25 CST [unknown] >LOG:  connection received: host=
127.0.0.1 port=51296
<2008-02-25 07:15:25 CST username 127.0.0.1>LOG:  connection authorized:
user=username database=clockwork_db_prod
<2008-02-25 07:15:38 CST username 127.0.0.1>ERROR:  unrecognized node type:
4260493
<2008-02-25 07:15:49 CST  >LOG:  server process (PID 10876) was terminated
by signal 11
<2008-02-25 07:15:49 CST  >LOG:  terminating any other active server
processes
<2008-02-25 07:15:49 CST username 127.0.0.1>WARNING:  terminating connection
because of crash of another server process
<2008-02-25 07:15:49 CST username 127.0.0.1>DETAIL:  The postmaster has
commanded this server process to roll back the current transaction and exit,
because another server process exited abnormally and possibly corrupted
shared memory.
<2008-02-25 07:15:49 CST username 127.0.0.1>HINT:  In a moment you should be
able to reconnect to the database and repeat your command.
<2008-02-25 07:15:49 CST username 127.0.0.1>WARNING:  terminating connection
because of crash of another server process

and it continues like this as it terminated all connections followed by:

<2008-02-25 07:15:49 CST username 127.0.0.1>CONTEXT:  PL/pgSQL function
"get_branch_for_zip" line 61 at fetch
<2008-02-25 07:15:50 CST  >LOG:  all server processes terminated;
reinitializing
<2008-02-25 07:15:50 CST  >LOG:  database system was interrupted at
2008-02-25 07:11:10 CST
<2008-02-25 07:15:50 CST  >LOG:  checkpoint record is at 14/9F015F54
<2008-02-25 07:15:50 CST  >LOG:  redo record is at 14/9F015F54; undo record
is at 0/0; shutdown FALSE
<2008-02-25 07:15:50 CST  >LOG:  next transaction ID: 911288200; next OID:
90133045
<2008-02-25 07:15:50 CST  >LOG:  next MultiXactId: 27095; next
MultiXactOffset: 66130
<2008-02-25 07:15:50 CST  >LOG:  database system was not properly shut down;
automatic recovery in progress
<2008-02-25 07:15:50 CST  >LOG:  redo starts at 14/9F015F98
<2008-02-25 07:15:50 CST  >LOG:  record with zero length at 14/9F08C23C
<2008-02-25 07:15:50 CST  >LOG:  redo done at 14/9F08C214
<2008-02-25 07:15:50 CST  >LOG:  could not truncate directory
"pg_multixact/members": apparent wraparound
<2008-02-25 07:15:50 CST  >LOG:  database system is ready
<2008-02-25 07:15:50 CST  >LOG:  transaction ID wrap limit is 1576224515,
limited by database "another_db"
<2008-02-25 07:15:56 CST [unknown] >LOG:  connection received: host=
127.0.0.1 port=51987
<2008-02-25 07:15:56 CST username 127.0.0.1>LOG:  connection authorized:
user=onehour database=my_db
<2008-02-25 07:15:56 CST  >LOG:  server process (PID 14433) was terminated
by signal 11
<2008-02-25 07:15:56 CST  >LOG:  terminating any other active server
processes
<2008-02-25 07:15:56 CST  >LOG:  all server processes terminated;
reinitializing
<2008-02-25 07:15:56 CST  >LOG:  database system was interrupted at
2008-02-25 07:15:50 CST
<2008-02-25 07:15:56 CST  >LOG:  checkpoint record is at 14/9F08C23C
<2008-02-25 07:15:56 CST  >LOG:  redo record is at 14/9F08C23C; undo record
is at 0/0; shutdown TRUE
<2008-02-25 07:15:56 CST  >LOG:  next transaction ID: 911293548; next OID:
90133045
<2008-02-25 07:15:56 CST  >LOG:  next MultiXactId: 27095; next
MultiXactOffset: 66130
<2008-02-25 07:15:56 CST  >LOG:  database system was not properly shut down;
automatic recovery in progress
<2008-02-25 07:15:56 CST  >LOG:  record with zero length at 14/9F08C280
<2008-02-25 07:15:56 CST  >LOG:  redo is not required
<2008-02-25 07:15:56 CST  >LOG:  could not truncate directory
"pg_multixact/members": apparent wraparound
<2008-02-25 07:15:56 CST  >LOG:  database system is ready
<2008-02-25 07:15:56 CST  >LOG:  transaction ID wrap limit is 1576224515,
limited by database "another_db"

and it then continues with this.


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==================================================================
  Aaron Bono
  Aranya Software Technologies, Inc.
  http://www.aranya.com
  http://codeelixir.com
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