Well, a vacuum on the entire DB seemed to have cleaned things up.

No other user was logged into the server, and I certainly did not send
the signal.

I did clean up the serverlog file by truncating it ( > serverlog)
while the DB was running, I don't think it liked that since it crashed
the DB.   I've done this on my Linux server many times and it never
complained.  I won't be doing that again.


On Apr 11, 2005 1:29 AM, Tom Lane <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Don Drake <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > My server is crashing on a delete statement.
> > Here's the error message in the log file:
> > LOG:  00000: received fast shutdown request
> > LOCATION:  pmdie, postmaster.c:1736
> That says that something sent the postmaster a SIGINT signal.
> I think it's highly unlikely that the DELETE statement did it.
>                         regards, tom lane

Donald Drake
Drake Consulting

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