#41 Pls stop "unexpected EOF" if possible

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Andy Satori
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2012-08-31
2008-05-02
David Hoerl
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I don't know if this is possible, but the log is littered with:

LOG: unexpected EOF on client connection

messages every time I use one of the GUI tools. It would be nice to gracefully exit (if possible), just to reduce the clutter.

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  • Andy Satori
    Andy Satori
    2008-05-02

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    This is a bug in pgCocoaDB and should be resolved with the changes to PGSQLKit.

     
  • as far as I know, unexpected EOF is a message sent by postgres to the log when the client disconnects.

    its a message that the same as windows and linux versions. I'd rather not see a customized mac version when the message is instructive and part of PCi logging compliance-- i.e. to know when people log out, whether desired or otherwise.

     
  • as far as I know, unexpected EOF is a message sent by postgres to the log when the client disconnects.

    its a message that the same as windows and linux versions. I'd rather not see a customized mac version when the message is instructive and part of PCi logging compliance-- i.e. to know when people log out, whether desired or otherwise.

     
  • as far as I know, unexpected EOF is a message sent by postgres to the log when the client disconnects.

    its a message that the same as windows and linux versions. I'd rather not see a customized mac version when the message is instructive and part of PCi logging compliance-- i.e. to know when people log out, whether desired or otherwise.

     
  • as far as I know, unexpected EOF is a message sent by postgres to the log when the client disconnects.

    its a message that the same as windows and linux versions. I'd rather not see a customized mac version when the message is instructive and part of PCi logging compliance-- i.e. to know when people log out, whether desired or otherwise.

     
  • as far as I know, unexpected EOF is a message sent by postgres to the log when the client disconnects.

    its a message that the same as windows and linux versions. I'd rather not see a customized mac version when the message is instructive and part of PCi logging compliance-- i.e. to know when people log out, whether desired or otherwise.

     
  • as far as I know, unexpected EOF is a message sent by postgres to the log when the client disconnects.

    its a message that the same as windows and linux versions. I'd rather not see a customized mac version when the message is instructive and part of PCi logging compliance-- i.e. to know when people log out, whether desired or otherwise.

     
  • as far as I know, unexpected EOF is a message sent by postgres to the log when the client disconnects.

    its a message that the same as windows and linux versions. I'd rather not see a customized mac version when the message is instructive and part of PCi logging compliance-- i.e. to know when people log out, whether desired or otherwise.

     
  • Andy Satori
    Andy Satori
    2008-12-01

    The issue here is that the library is not performing a proper shut down, thus the unexpected part. I think the -dealloc should perform a PQfinish(pgconn);. This pgCocoaDB does not do this, PGSQLKit does.

     


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