Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Re: [GENERAL] could not open file "pg_subtrans/0014": Invalid argument

On 16/09/2008 01:54, Scott Marlowe wrote:
> On Mon, Sep 15, 2008 at 5:33 PM, Warren Bell <warren@clarksnutrition.com> wrote:
>> I have gotten this error before and it was attributed to my anti virus
>> program. I am running Postgres 8.1 on Windows XP. I am using Nod32 as my
>> anti virus program. I have tried adjusting Nod so it does not scan Postgres
>> and I am still getting the error.
>> Long story short, Can someone recommend me an anti virus program for Windows
>> that does not interfere with Postgres?
> Can't you tell your anti-virus software to stop looking certain directories?
> More importantly, at least as far as servers are concerned, why would
> you need anti-virus software? Shouldn't the server be isolated in
> such a way that only the pgslq port 5432 is accessible by anything
> other than an admin?

In fairness, if he's running XP it's unlikely to be a server - maybe a
development laptop or such, at a guess.


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