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Re: pid gets overwritten in OSX

From: Francois Suter <dba(at)paragraf(dot)ch>
To: pgsql-general(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: pid gets overwritten in OSX
Date: 2002-04-27 10:26:09
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Thanks for the leads. I will investigate for a while and keep you 
posted if I find anything that might be of interest to everybody.

>What is needed at this point is more observation.  You need to determine
>whether the postmaster is in fact starting (and later dying) or
>failing to start at all --- ie, is the postmaster.pid file left over
>from a previous system boot cycle?  Checking the mod date of the pid
>file might be enough to tell.
>
>What are you doing with the postmaster's stderr?  If your start script
>for the postmaster is routing it to /dev/null, send it someplace more
>helpful.


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