Re: SSL broken pipe
Marc Cousin <mcousin <at> sigma.fr>
2007-04-02 09:39:29 GMT
It seems to be what occurred : the windows client crashed ...
Still, it's a bit of a problem to have a filesystem full in a matter of
minutes just because a client machine crashed while having an SSL connection
opened on the postgresql server...
On Thursday 29 March 2007 19:40:18 Peter Koczan wrote:
> I saw this on one of my servers a few weeks ago (it was running
> postgres 7.4under linux, and I believe the users in question were just
> running psql). I
> talked to someone more knowledgeable about SSL about this, and he said that
> these errors are usually due to some abrupt disconnection somewhere (in any
> application, not just postgres). My best guess is that the connection was
> broken while data was trying to be fed, causing the server to say "Hey,
> where'd you go?...Here's your data again...Hey where'd you go?..." ad
> Other than that, I have no idea what would cause this or how to fix it
> short of restarting the postgres server or rebooting the machine.
> That being said, I don't know a whole lot about SSL, and people with more
> knowledge are more than welcome to weigh in.
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