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Tim,
On Mon, Mar 19, 2001 at 05:01:42PM -0700, TJHart@thoughtworks.COM wrote:
Cygwin 1.1.7 & PostGreSQL 7.1beta5 - possibly same downgrade error?
Latest Cygwin from CVS & postgresql 7.0.3 ( + patch.diff )
latest Cygwin from CVS & postgresql 7.1beta5
latest cygwin from CVS & postgresql from cvs ( today ).
All of the above configurations should work.
In each case I'm using cygipc 1.09-2

Regardless of the combination, I run "postmaster -i&" from BASH & receive
"recreate_mmaps_after_fork_failed" message.
The above indicates that you are still running 1.1.8. What do you
get from uname -r? Did you stop the ipc-daemon (and all other Cygwin
processes) before attempting to change your Cygwin DLL? If not, then
1.1.8 is still locked in memory.

Jason

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  • Jason Tishler at Mar 20, 2001 at 3:25 am
    Tom,
    On Mon, Mar 19, 2001 at 06:57:07PM -0800, TJHart@thoughtworks.COM wrote:
    FYI... in case you get any other bone-head developers asking....
    My problem was that I assumed that /bin and /usr/bin were the same ( i.e.,
    one was a symlink for the other ). For some reason, I have a cygwin/bin and
    a cygwin/usr/bin that are different directories.
    The above implies that your Cygwin installation is not correct. Due to
    the default mounts (via setup.exe), /bin and /usr/bin should resolve
    to the same directory. Try re-running setup.exe to fix your mounts.
    If that does not work than try using mount/umount directly. Your mounts
    should look something like:

    $ mount
    Device Directory Type Flags
    C:\Cygwin\bin /usr/bin system binmode
    C:\Cygwin\lib /usr/lib system binmode
    C:\Cygwin / system binmode
    ...

    As a last resort, there is always regedit/regedt32. The keys to whack are
    under:

    HKLM\SOFTWARE\Cygnus Solutions\Cygwin\mounts v2

    or:

    HKCU\SOFTWARE\Cygnus Solutions\Cygwin\mounts v2

    Jason

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    Dot Hill Systems Corp. Fax: +1 (732) 264-8798
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    Hazlet, NJ 07730 USA WWW: http://www.dothill.com
  • Fred Yankowski at Mar 20, 2001 at 7:25 pm
    Only use 'tar' to unpack Cygwin packages, not 'winzip', because the
    latter doesn't understand Cygwin's mount points and can (mistakenly)
    create the separate /bin and /usr/bin directories. Been there, done that.
    On Mon, Mar 19, 2001 at 06:57:07PM -0800, TJHart@thoughtworks.COM wrote:
    FYI... in case you get any other bone-head developers asking....
    My problem was that I assumed that /bin and /usr/bin were the same ( i.e.,
    one was a symlink for the other ). For some reason, I have a cygwin/bin and
    a cygwin/usr/bin that are different directories.
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    Principal Consultant www.OntoSys.com fax: +1.630.879.1370
    OntoSys, Inc 38W242 Deerpath Rd, Batavia, IL 60510, USA

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