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Re: Windows 8.0 beta on Server 2003 Installer problem #3

<<But if it succeeds on all other machines (with *the same download*),
and consistently fails on this one, that sounds like it could be it. Can
you install other MSI based packages on this machine?>>

Yes--just to make sure I installed another MSI-based package and it
worked fine.

Cheryl Bender

-----Original Message-----
From: Magnus Hagander [mailto:mha@sollentuna.net] 
Sent: Wednesday, September 15, 2004 11:14 AM
To: Harald Armin Massa; Bender, Cheryl; pgsql-bugs@postgresql.org
Subject: RE: [BUGS] Windows 8.0 beta on Server 2003 Installer problem


> I digged through you log, and stumbled:
> 
> #######################################################
> MSI (c) (B0:94): Product: PostgreSQL 8.0-beta2-dev3 -- The
> installer has encountered an unexpected error installing this 
> package. This may indicate a problem with this package. The 
> error code is 2819. The arguments are: Service_Dialog, esvcacct,
> 
> ###  MSI (c) (B0:94): Database string pool is corrupted.    ####
> #######################################################
> 
> For me this looks like a corrupted installer package - or
> some other reading problems. Did you check the validity of 
> that particular installer package, to avoid "corrupted .msi file"?

It could also be a corrupt database on the machine itself, in the system
databases. I have no idea what to do about that, thoguh :-) But if it
succeeds on all other machines (with *the same download*), and
consistently fails on this one, that sounds like it could be it. Can you
install other MSI based packages on this machine?

//Magnus

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