Mario Jorge Nunes Filipe <mjnf(at)uevora(dot)pt> wrote:
>We're running several PostgreSQL databases in several different servers
>(also with different PG versions :( ).
>In one of our on-line systems we connect to the "local" database and a
>"remote" database. The connection to the remote database was always ok,
>without any kind of problems, but yesterday, out of the blue, one of the
>query's (the most important one) started to crash the remote server.
Are you sure you're running a client that's the same PostgreSQL version as
>this system is a 6.4.2, it was vacuumed and it crashes, violently...
>Does anyone have a clue of why?
Even users running 6.5 are usually advised to upgrade to a 7.x release when
they run into crashes. 6.4 is old.
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