On 9/5/06, Joshua D. Drake <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Magnus Hagander wrote:
> What do you mean by this? It doesn't start upon reboot? What is needed
> to make it start?

It means that postgresql doesn't recover on its own. On linux if a
backend crashes all of PostgreSQL will restart and come back up if it can.

On Win32 it doesn't.

it does for me, at least for me when I used to work with windows :).
I think it just doesn't restart for this particular type of crash.  I
had a couple of similarly wierd undetectable windows problems that I
could never quite figured out until I got hired by another company and
left that monster behind for good.


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