Hi all - I have a Postgresql installer failing. The only output is a "bitrock_debug_1234.xml" file - nothing to stdout or stderr. I can't even start the "--enable-debugger". How do I interpret what is in the .xml file? (Or should I try to get somebody at Postgresql to do it for me?)

Example of command failing:

[root@mydev1v installbase]# ./postgresql-8.4.1-linux-x64_64.bin There has been an error. A debug file has been created at:

/tmp/bitrock_debug_2258.xml

Please attach it to any bug report. The application will exit now.


Thanks much! Steven

asked 30 Nov '11, 14:33

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The debug file contains sensible information about the internals of the installer so it is obfuscated. Could you send us the debug file to support@bitrock.com?

(30 Nov '11, 14:39) juanjo ♦♦

Sent debug.xml file. Thanks a ton!

(30 Nov '11, 16:24) Steven Colby

This was answered from support@bitrock.com. The crash was related with the installer not properly detecting the OS. This bug was resolved in 6.1.0 but the installer was using an old version.

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answered 02 Dec '11, 09:22

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Am using the installer 15.10.1 version and am getting the same problem..

Can you give me the reason why it is getting these error??

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answered 17 Nov '15, 05:26

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Could you provide us with more details about the error? If a debug file is being generated please send it to us at support@bitrock.com

(19 Nov '15, 12:43) alejandror ♦♦
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