We're working with a company that may help us with this strange "behaviour" of rights on this file (I'm just waiting an answer form them…). some premissions went bad for no obvious reason. Next time I will try to use your "SELECT relname FROM pg_class WHERE relfilenode=xxxx" query in order to try to understand what happen - and why it happen. Who is this six-armed blonde female character? http://gsbook.org/error-could/error-could-not-listen-on-udp-socket-permission-denied.php
How to respond to a ridiculous request from a senior colleague? As you can see, this second option is not related to the database code it self. Why did Sansa refuse to leave with Sandor Cleagane (Hound) during the Battle of Blackwater? So it seems to be a good idea to me. > The name xlog_internal.h is a bit of a misnomer now, it's > not very internal anymore, if it can now see this
No amount of fiddling seems to unlock the folder in question. Also, I have seen a similar problem with old versions of msysgit, so if you are not using the embedded Git in SourceTree (you can check in Tools\Options\Git), update msysgit to Fix the permissions. I've added an exclusion rule to PGDATA.Please note that it is quite often not enough to just add theexclusion - you may need to uninstall it.That said, starting with an exclusion
Some advices: * Set proper owner and permission on the root folder $PGDATA * make sure no wide permissions are propagated down the tree because of rights inheritance A reboot resolves the matter. And if when I'll find the solution, I'll wrote it here. or Sir.
share|improve this answer answered Mar 29 at 15:15 Must Nal 1 Did you found any other reasons for this ? –khorvat May 19 at 14:30 add a comment| Your https://www.postgresql.org/message-id/[email protected] If you would like to refer to this comment somewhere else in this project, copy and paste the following link: scharon - 2011-12-23 Make sure you don't have a backup system Scharon, what was the full path of this file ? Report a bug Atlassian News Atlassian OSDir.com postgresql-pgsql-hackers Subject: [HACKERS] pg_database_size issue an error (ERROR:could not stat file "base/16384/20041":Permission denied) Date Index Thread: Prev Thread Index Hi all,The usage
I've try the request "SELECT relname FROM pg_class WHERE relfilenode=234820" (234820 is the file in question). http://gsbook.org/error-could/error-could-not-move-copy-file-file-not-attached.php In response to "could not stat file "base/17436/119145": Permission denied" when performing pg_database_size() on windows with 8.4.0 at 2010-01-30 00:12:54 from Peter Geoghegan Responses Re: "could not stat file "base/17436/119145": Permission I did notice, while tracking the locks, that there seem to be many open handles pointing to directories.Balazs SzakmaryJan 13, 2015Since the process locking the files is Explorer, the culprit is Now, I've tried to change permissions of the postrges user on the database folder: It no longer have all the permissions on it.
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What about the antivirus subject ? And it's just impossible it is involved into this (or I missed something). Every files in PGDATA are own by the "postgres" user which have all permissions on it.
Wife Works in LA. I've added an exclusion rule to PGDATA.Thanks,Peter Geoghegan reply | permalink Magnus Hagander Please note that it is quite often not enough to just add the exclusion - you may need Hence this ugly hack. */ #define FRONTEND 1 #include "postgres.h" ... #include "access/xlog.h" But this got me thinking whether we should do the xlog_fn.h refactoring, so that we could get rid Thanks.CommentAdd your comment...321Balazs SzakmarySep 01, 2014Check (and maybe recursively reset) the Windows file/folder permissions for the root folder of the clone.
The /src/Car folder is unreadable, showing a "You must have Read permissions to view the properties of thos object. This had disappear now (or at least it's no longer unowned) and I didn't keep is name. I believe, at the time of new file creation, there might be the permission issue, which is causing this. have a peek here This problem don't bother users… it's just anoying for us (administrators) plus I don't like to have ansolved problems like that.
at 2012-04-09 16:12:05 from David Schnur pgsql-admin by date Next:From: Sashbeer BhandariDate: 2012-04-10 04:30:24 Subject: Re: Why would queries fail with 'could not stat file' after CLUSTER? Make sure that your permissions are correct in the subdirectories. Moreover, when try to see or change security permissions of this file, it's refused by the server (I mean, I'm administrator on the server… :/ ). Not the answer you're looking for?
If you would like to refer to this comment somewhere else in this project, copy and paste the following link: J.Guillaume (ioguix) de Rorthais - 2012-02-28 Ok, Please, keep us informed I think I've seen this before and was looking for a "real" solution other than a MS operating system confution. I ended up with the attached. What should I do, other than the obvious, upgrading to 8.4.2?
Question Help Me!! Stefan Stefan Kaltenbrunner at Jan 31, 2010 at 3:51 pm ⇧ Peter Geoghegan wrote:Hi Joshua,Well generally this would mean that your postgres user can't read thatfile. What should I do, other than the obvious, upgrading to 8.4.2?Regards,Peter Geoghegan reply Tweet Search Discussions Search All Groups PostgreSQL pgeu-general 7 responses Oldest Nested Andreas 'ads' Scherbaum Hello, This is The permissions for this file/directory (and probably some more) are incorrect.
Could you elaborate why it cannot be it ? Installation Re: Continuent server donation Upcoming elections for the board of directors Some thoughts about European PGDay 2008 Discussion Navigation viewthread | post Discussion Overview grouppgeu-general @ categoriespostgresql postedJan 30, '10 I guess I'll just wait and see if I experience any more problems.