[pgpool-general: 6525] Re: error pgpool
ptim007 at yahoo.com
Wed May 1 15:33:20 JST 2019
It means that pgpool sees all databases as being down. When pgpool starts it reads the state of the databases from a status file, it is /tmp/pgpool_status by default. There is one line per database.
So if the db are not down, you would need to stop pgpool, delete this file and restart it. The other way - the normal way - to bring back a node to status up is with the command pcp_attach_node. But in this case I think it is not posible because you cannot even use pcp commands when all nodes are down (to be validated).
On Tuesday, April 30, 2019, 11:36:55 PM GMT+2, Pierre Ochsenbein <pierre.ochsenbein at acceleris.ch> wrote:
Any idea about this error :
Apr 30 14:05:06 host01 pgpool: [1496-1] 2019-04-30 14:05:06: pid 5992: FATAL: pgpool is not accepting any new connections
Apr 30 14:05:06 host01 pgpool: [1496-2] 2019-04-30 14:05:06: pid 5992: DETAIL: all backend nodes are down, pgpool requires at least one valid node
Apr 30 14:05:06 host01 pgpool: [1496-3] 2019-04-30 14
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