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One of those things: /tmp/pgpool_status

16 July 2018

(This is another intermittent series of small things that are easy to forget, and cause irritation in the PostgreSQL world…)

When setting up pgpool2, it’s common to tweak the configuration file repeatedly… and often get a hostname wrong. One common occurrence is then:

Often, the problem is that the pgpool_status file, usually kept in /tmp, has cached the status of one of the hosts. The pgpool_status file is retained across pgpool2 restarts. Deleting the pgpool_status file will fix the issue.

(Why, yes, this just happened to me today…)

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