Tom Lane wrote:
> Magnus Hagander <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
>> On Fri, Jan 12, 2007 at 09:47:55AM -0500, Tom Lane wrote:
>>> No, I didn't claim that Windows AV software is bug-free ;-).  What I
>>> said was that I'm not certain it's related to the "permission denied"
>>> reports, as opposed to other problems.  Or are your stack traces
>>> specifically for "permission denied" failures?
>> I have at least two cases specifically for the permission denied
>> failures in postgres.
> Actually, it could still be the same problem, with the AV software only
> involved to the extent that it's trying to scan files for viruses.
> That could result in the AV code holding a table file open for a little
> bit (or not such a little bit, if it's a big table) after it's nominally
> been deleted, and that's exactly the situation we see checkpoints
> failing in.

Partially the same, but I've seen AV software keeping it open for
hours... Basically until reboot.


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