On 9/3/07, Anoo Sivadasan Pillai <aspillai(at)in(dot)rm(dot)com> wrote:
> Hi Scott,
> We will be putting connection pooling, But as of now we have to find
> some cure before implementing pooling.
> Memory - 2GB
> Postgres - PostgreSQL 8.2.4
> OS - Windows 2003 server installation: ( Service
> Pack 2 )
> I am not sure how to get the number of connections while this happens.
> How this can be taken?
Not sure with Windows. I'm strictly a unix type of guy. I'm guessing
that Windows is detecting too many connections / out of memory and
shutting down the service.
Is there anything in the system logs that might give you a hint of why
pgsql is being shut down by the OS?
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