I'd just like to add that I ran the postmaster with -i.
I also tried to do the "tcpip_socket = true" but on that the
> FATAL: unrecognized configuration parameter "tcpip_socket"
I'd think that my snapshot is too old.. But I downloaded it this
morning (20 hours ago).
Friday, March 26, 2004, 6:08:31 PM, you wrote:
VB> Hello PGSQL,
CN>> Try: make install
VB> Thanks, that did the trick =)
VB> Now I have a new trouble though.
VB> InitDB finished fine and I starter Postmaster:
>> "D:/Linux/msys/local/pgsql/bin/postmaster.exe" -i -D data
>> LOG: database system was shut down at 2004-03-26 18:02:03 FLE Standard Time
>> LOG: checkpoint record is at 0/A02AD0
>> LOG: redo record is at 0/A02AD0; undo record is at 0/0; shutdown TRUE
>> LOG: next transaction ID: 455; next OID: 17207
>> LOG: database system is ready
>> LOG: select() failed in statistics buffer: No error
>> LOG: select() failed in statistics collector: No such file or directory
>> LOG: statistics collector process (PID 4100) was terminated by signal 1
VB> It already looked bad because of these "No such file or directory".
VB> However, I tried to connect to the DB using psql:
>> psql: server closed the connection unexpectedly
>> This probably means the server terminated abnormally
>> before or while processing the request.
VB> The server said on that:
>> LOG: could not receive data from client: No such file or directory
>> LOG: incomplete startup packet
VB> Using the "createdb" executeable yielded the same result :(.
VB> What file does it want now? =\
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VB> Friday, March 26, 2004, 2:36:10 PM, you wrote:
>>> From MSYS I did:
>>> * configure --without-zlib
>>> * make
CN>> Try: make install
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