Le 26/03/2010 16:07, Erwin Brandstetter a écrit :
> On 26.03.2010 08:05, guillaume(at)lelarge(dot)info wrote:
>> Le 26/03/2010 00:33, Erwin Brandstetter a écrit :
>>> I have never used VC++ and don't have the debugger.
>>> I installed pgAdmin 1.10.2 on an XP Pro version, too (see description in
>>> ticket #152) but did not run into problems there. On both machines I
>>> downloaded the installer for windows and installed locally. Upgrade from
>>> 1.10.1 with the included "upgrade.bat", like I have done dozens of times
>>> before. Install process was without a hitch. But starting pgAdmin
>>> afterwards resulted in the reported error msg.
>>> As reported, I tried the procedure twice with packages from different
>>> download mirrors, with identical results. After downgrading
>>> (re-installing pgAdmin 1.10.1) this version works like it did before.
>>> I don't have Postgres installed on either computer, I manage a number of
>>> databases remotely on dedicated Debian servers.
>>> Several unneeded services are deactivated on the XP Home machine and a
>>> couple of unwanted standard-components are removed, but I never had any
>>> problems with that before. I just mention it to complete the picture.
>> Can you try to launch pgadmin3 in the two following modes:
>> * status server: pgadmin3 -S
>> * query tool: pgadmin3 -q
>> If it works, that would mean the issue is with the main browser.
> Hi Guillaume!
> I re-installed v1.10.2 on the same machine and tried as advised. I get
> identical error msg. every time.
> Even "pgadmin3 \h" has the same effect. As the error messages implies,
> pgadmin fail at the very start, trying to "initialize".
> Going back to 1.10.1 was without a problem again.
I don't see what's going on there. Do you have the log file enabled?
with full logs?
For this, you need to have those two:
It should be in the registry. Won't be the same location, though.
Can you send me your log file with full logs? if pgAdmin has time to
write in it. Thanks. In 1.10.1 and 1.10.2 please.
> BTW: is there a way to install point-releases in parallel for testing? I
> assume, no?
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