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|Reported by||Lukasz Suleja|
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The following bug has been logged on the website: Bug reference: 15621 Logged by: Lukasz Suleja Email address: (redacted) PostgreSQL version: 10.0 Operating system: Windows 10 Description: I am running PostgreSQL on a Window 10 laptop, which has 2 HDD (System + Data). Both drives are Bit-Locked and AutoUnlock is enabled. The PG data directory is on the D drive. When Windows is restarted with the shutdown /r command the PostgreSQL service does not start. The error reported in the event log suggests the data folder on the D: cannot be found. Interestingly if restarted via the Start button or shutdown /g the service starts. Although this might be a coincidence, as the Pg service restarts consistently with Bit-Locker turned off on the D drive. After a failed restart logging in and starting the service manually works OK. Is their a missing dependency in the PostgreSQL service? I only have RPC. Kind regards, Lukasz
|2019-02-07 12:08:05+00||PG Bug reporting form||BUG #15621: Bit-Lock Data Drive Prevents Start of PostgeSQL Window Service|