Michael Devogelaere wrote:
> > The crash he reported this time looks like a backend dumping
> > core. I wonder how he killed the postmaster the last time
> > and if he by doing it with -9 corrupted the database?
> He killed the database with -9, rebooted the machine, removed /var/lib/pgsql
> and created a new database from scratch. Then he populated the database again
> and ran the test again.
So you did a new initdb? And then you got a core dump. Ewe,
that doesn't seem right.
The test case is still on your web page? I think I should
download it and take a closer look.
> He doesn't have a Riksha or a Ferrari. But he would hate it if the doors
> fell of his Ferrari after opening and closing them a few times ;)
That's the problem with Ferrari. What makes them expensive is
that you need 3 cars. The Ferrari, a useful reliable one, and
the car for the mechanic.
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