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#1: initializing the DB cluster

Posted on 2007-05-23 07:44:51 by Islam Hegazy

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Hi all

I installed the source of PostgreSQL 8.2.3 on a linux machine. The =
installation process ended successfully but when I try to create the =
database cluster using the initdb command I get the following error:
"
creating conversions ... sh: line 1: 1838 Segmentation fault =
(core dumped) "/home/grads/imehegaz/MyPostgreSQL/bin/postgres" --single =
-F -O -c search_path=3Dpg_catalog -c exit_on_error=3Dtrue template1 =
>/dev/null
child process exited with exit code 139
"
I installed the same source code before several time but this is =
the first time to get this error. Any idea of what could be the problem?

Regards
Islam Hegazy=20

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#2: Re: initializing the DB cluster

Posted on 2007-05-23 15:38:26 by Tom Lane

"Islam Hegazy" <islheg@hotmail.com> writes:
> I installed the source of PostgreSQL 8.2.3 on a linux machine. The =
> installation process ended successfully but when I try to create the =
> database cluster using the initdb command I get the following error:
> "
> creating conversions ... sh: line 1: 1838 Segmentation fault =
> (core dumped) "/home/grads/imehegaz/MyPostgreSQL/bin/postgres" --single =
> -F -O -c search_path=3Dpg_catalog -c exit_on_error=3Dtrue template1 =
>> /dev/null
> child process exited with exit code 139

A segfault at the "creating conversions" step suggests a problem with
compatibility of shared libraries (because that's the first step that
tries to pull in any dynamically-loaded modules). Probably it's
finding .so's that are for some other Postgres version. Check rpath
etc.

regards, tom lane

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