Gregory Stark wrote:
"Joshua D. Drake" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

O.k. to recap:

This message will present itself, if connection attempts are made from the Web
Application (Java/JDBC), or locally via PgAdmin. Once the error message is
received, all subsequent connection attempts will also result in that same
message. We do not know if the error occurs before or after authentication.

I think other people have claimed that this message is in libpq and not in
JDBC source code which is inconsistent with this description.

Yes I am fully aware of that. I am only relaying what the customer said.

The only known resolution is to reboot Windows. Using the service control panel
to shutdown postgresql will fail once the message is received. It is unknown if
using the task master to individually kill processes will work.

This contradicts your previous email about restarting the postmaster working.

No, it doesn't. I never said restarting the postmaster would work. I said rebooting windows, allows postgresql to come back up. Those are entirely different things.


Joshua D. Drake


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