Thanks for the response.
Scenario tried here is restart of the system multiple times. sh-QUIT core is
generated when Postgres is invoking the shell to exit and may not be due to
kernel or file system issues. I will try to reproduce the issue with dmesg
output being printed.
However, is there any instance in Postgres where 'sh -c exit 1' will be invoked?
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Subject: Re: [HACKERS] Postgres process invoking exit resulting in sh-QUIT core
On 30 June 2017 at 17:41, K S, Sandhya (Nokia - IN/Bangalore)
> When we checked the process listing during the time of core generation, we
> found Postgres startup process is invoking “sh -c exit 1”:
> 4518 9249 0.1 0.0 155964 2036 ? Ss 15:05 0:00 postgres:
> startup process waiting for 0000000100000000000002EB
Looks like an archive_command or restore_command .
If 'sh' is dumping core, you probably have issues at a low level in
the kernel, file system, etc. Check dmesg.
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