On Tue, 2004-06-15 at 19:33, Tom Lane wrote:
Simon Riggs <simon@2ndquadrant.com> writes:
As of now, (i.e. even including the new bgwriter shutdown) if you:
1. start postmaster
2. do some work that writes xlog
3. shutdown within some few seconds of startup
you get a WARNING suggesting you increase CHECKPOINT_SEGMENTS, which is
clearly erroneous since no checkpoint has taken place since startup.
[ scratches head... ] Not for me. Are you using any nondefault
settings in postgresql.conf?
Hmmm...I did a complete re-download of CVS, then a vanilla
configure/make/make install.... with .conf straight from can. I wanted
to be absolutely certain I had got it clean.

Shutdown was via CTRL-C....make a difference?

Damn I hate the wierd ones...if only because of the 90% chance its
something wrong that I've done...

I'll do it again more slowly and report back...

Best Regards, Simon Riggs

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