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I could see googling that others have had this same issue installing version 9.4. The relevant error message seems to be: ... initializing dependencies … child process was terminated by exception 0xC000001D This guy has got his problem solved by installing the 9.3 version. I myself jumped straight to 8.4 and also got it working fine. Both are ...


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In Linux, the MySQL process will keep the files open until it's done with them, even if you delete the files. This can be viewed with lsof -p $(pidof mysqld) I suspect this is true in Windows as well, as your question indicates. A quick Google indicated something about handler process keeping files open, but don't quote me! Regardless, the bad news is you ...


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If you want to keep your old installation, you can unselect Express Tools from the Feature Selection menu. Just remove all managment tools and rerun validations.


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After more than 6 hours to fix this, I found this post which help me to understand the problem. The problem was that I tried to install Oracle 11g XE with my user account connected on the enterprise domain. The installation process, then, wasn't able to connect to the database. I suspect that it try to connect to it from the enterprise domain, and not from ...


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I'm guessing your log on server A is bieng shared by the two databases (master A and the slave of B) It looks like you have set ssl = on in your master's postgresql.conf file and have set ssl off in your slave(B). You should either set ssl on on all servers or none. PostgreSQL doesn't usually have a problem replicating across minor versions


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The "inappropriate ioctl for device" error probably means it doesn't like either the filesystem or the options with which is mounted. Check your ASM setup and that it actually is using ASM.



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