[isf-wifidog] Postgresql and wifidog.
bowserj at bcwireless.net
Ven 20 Jan 15:14:13 EST 2006
Yeah, I'm noticing a similar problem as well on our dev server as well.
Has this already been sent in as a bug?
Joe Bowser <bowserj at bcwireless.net>
On Fri, 2006-01-20 at 19:07 +0100, Max Horváth wrote:
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> Well, we got it, too ... at least kinda similar ...
> WiFiDog runs slower and slower every day. Funny thing is, that we
> don't run out of RAM or swap ... but calling one of our WiFiDog pages
> takes seconds now ...
> I already did a manual VACUUM ANALYZE ... without any luck ...
> Anyone has a clue what our problem might be?
> Cheers, Max!
> Am 19.01.2006 um 08:47 schrieb Dr.Marios Moutzouris:
> > My mistake I replied to a previous posting. Here is the proper
> > posting.
> > Hello...
> > I am having a strange problem. It has to do with Postgresql and the
> > wifi
> > auth server. It seems that when the hotspot sends in the ping get
> > request,postgresql doesn’t close down the process once it is
> > finished. That
> > is the machine runs out of resources pretty quickly. Any ideas?
> > Thanks
> > Marios
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