I am running on a Windows XP machine, 4GB of RAM and over 26GB of
free hard-disk an application that all it does is insert records into
the Postgres 8.3 database. When the database is approx 17GB Postgres
issues the "Not enough storage is available to complete this operation"
and refuses to insert records. I normally shut down and restart the
application and data collection continues normally until it reaches the
26GB and issues the same error: "Not enough storage is available to
complete this operation." I'm very puzzled to say the least. The
Postgres configuration is attached. For some reason Postgres would no
load if shared_buffers > 900MB.
I should say that my Windows is running with the /3GB flag.
Thanks in advance for any help you can offer.
CAE USA Professional Services
3501 Quadrangle Blvd., Suite 271
Orlando, FL 32817
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