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Re: 7.1 ... wtf?

From: "Sander Steffann" <steffann(at)nederland(dot)net>
To: <pgsql-admin(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Cc: "Thomas Heller" <maniax(at)comtron(dot)net>
Subject: Re: 7.1 ... wtf?
Date: 2001-05-14 11:28:46
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Hi Thomas,

I assume you run on an Asus CUR-DLS. (I't the only Asus dual p3 board that
supports R-ECC that I know of)

We run 7.1 on a CUR-DLS with 2 p3-800 cpu's with 512 Mb R-ECC, and we have
not experienced anything like this. But we had a broken CUR-DLS once, so
maybe that's something to look at... We run on Linux here (RedHat 6.2 +

Sander Steffann.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Thomas Heller" <maniax(at)comtron(dot)net>
To: <pgsql-admin(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Sent: Wednesday, May 09, 2001 4:45 PM
Subject: [ADMIN] 7.1 ... wtf?

> Hi again,
> sometime ago i had a post on 7.1 performance .. this is still up-to-date
> cause the performance is bad like hell but i have a little bit bigger
> problem now. I have a dual p3-1ghz + 1gig ram. The hardware is new (asus
> dual board + registered ecc sdram) and is quite nice but postgres7.1 seems
> to mess up with it. I have no idea why, but the server kills himself every
> now and then. the load goes up to 50 and then some minutes later its gone
> (doesn't respond to ANY cmds, no ssh, no shell). i always have to reset
> the only thing i found pointing me towards postgres are these error
> when surfing the pages which use the server as backend.
> I get these errors in a random manner:
> The System is in maintenance mode (something like that)
> The System is in recovery state
> The System is shutting down.
> The System is going up.
> Sorry, to many clients already (2 processes running / 64 max connections
> configured)
> Note: I do not restart the postmaster nor does any script. the system is
> started and running .. why does he say "shutting down"?!! also the
> performance seems to be really crap. (the database is currenly 80mb
> THIS server should worry about).
> any help?
> thank,
> thomas
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