Jason Tishler wrote:
> On Mon, Sep 22, 2003 at 03:18:59PM -0400, Frank Seesink wrote:
>>And /var/log/postmaster.log shows
>> LOG: fast shutdown request
>> LOG: shutting down
>> LOG: database system is shut down
>>Not sure if a fast shutdown implies anything, ...
> Yes, because there is no "smart shutdown" in the log, we are good to go.
>>Speaking of which, one thing I DID find was that, upon restart, I
>>found that the CygIPC (ipc-daemon2) files in /tmp were left behind.
>>ipc-daemon2 is supposed to clean up after itself when it shuts down
>>(and it does when I manually shut it down). Possibly the issue of not
>>shutting down properly on a Windows shutdown/restart has migrated? :-)
> If the above is truly the case (I have not tested this), then I would
> post this issue to the Cygwin mailing list.
I've now tested on two PCs running Windows XP Pro SP1 (one desktip PIII
866, one IBM ThinkPad T21). Tried this with Cygwin 1.5.4-1, and just
yesterday with 1.5.5-1. From cygcheck,
Package Version Status
cygipc 2.01-2 OK
cygwin 1.5.5-1 OK
postgresql 7.3.4-2 OK
In both cases, PostgreSQL shuts down fine (same log entries as above)
and removes its PID file, but the CygIPC files are left behind after a
I'm afraid I'm not on the Cygwin mailing list at this point. Any chance
you could cross-post for me?
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