I've been using store with a postgresql database for a while now. Yesterday, however, I had some problems trying to check in my altered code to store. When trying to connect to the database, my main VW window (the one with the transcript...) gets locked for a few minutes and then a message box opens with the message "operation now in progress" and an "ok" button.
The only thing I remember having happened is a power loss at my place two days ago, that caused my computer to shut down and VW was terminated while been connected to my repository, thus, I am not sure whether the problem is with VW or with postgres (could be a lock file that never got deleted or something like this)...
I am at work now, but as soon as I get home I'll try to open the process manager to find where it is halting...
thanks in advance for any help, it would be very much appreciated
Ricardo Birmann wrote:
> I've been using store with a postgresql database for a while now. Yesterday,
> however, I had some problems trying to check in my altered code to store.
> When trying to connect to the database, my main VW window (the one with the
> transcript...) gets locked for a few minutes and then a message box opens
> with the message "operation now in progress" and an "ok" button.
That error message usually comes from the socket layer as an indication
of EINPROGRESS (SocketAccessor>>connectTo:timeout:). These are fairly
common but usually should go away quickly and that's what
(SocketAccessor>>handleAsyncConnect:timeout:) usually takes care of. It
seems that in your case it doesn't go away quickly enough, i.e. the OS
has trouble setting up the connection for more than
My first step would be checking out if your networking setup and OS
didn't suffer somehow from the power outage. Do other networking
applications work fine ? Even with the same host that runs the repository ?
as I said, I'm at work and will only be able to check this out later today.... I'll post back as soon as I have some news...
On 20/01/06, Martin Kobetic <[hidden email]> wrote:
Actually, it may not be what I thought it is. I looked at the definition
It ended up being just a silly problem with my postgres configuration.... thanks for taking the time
On 20/01/06, Ricardo Birmann <[hidden email]> wrote:
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