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I have postgre getting started in boot.local. It works with default kernel which I have (came with openSUSE 11.0), but when I downloaded full version of new 2.6.28 and compiled it, everything works, except it hangs on starting postgre for a long time.
I had no choice but to comment it's line in boot.local
I don't know what could be the problem (maybe some option in kernel must be checked or unchecked), so if anyone knows, please tell me.
Going back to the kernel causing the issue ... it could be time-outs
on the network layer, e.g. postgres (or postgresql, not postgre!)
could be compiled with IPv6 support, and it may be turned off in your
kernel, you may not have iptables configured the same in both kernels...
I'd be diffing the .config files for the default and yours. Chances are
high the problem is home-made.
Interesting. I believe in old kernel (which I am using at the moment at work, and still have no time to mess with it) is generic which come with openSUSE.
I remember I did turn off ipv6. Maybe this is the problem. Maybe I just have to reinstall postgres.