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Re: [HACKERS] Error Message

From: Bruce Momjian <maillist(at)candle(dot)pha(dot)pa(dot)us>
To: gak(at)hnc(dot)com (Gregory Krasnow)
Cc: pgsql-hackers(at)postgreSQL(dot)org
Subject: Re: [HACKERS] Error Message
Date: 1998-05-29 00:06:50
Message-ID: 199805290006.UAA25343@candle.pha.pa.us (view raw or flat)
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> 
> I hate to bother you developers, but I have a question about the
> Postgres server.  Can someone explain to me the following error messages
> and how I can avoid them?  I recieved when trying to select from a
> simple table with about 5 rows.  When there were only two rows in the
> table, the select came back ok, however when I then inerserted 3 more
> rows, I started to see this message.  Thank You.
> 
> May 27 16:07:31 pclinux postgres: Too Large Allocation Request("!(0 <
> (size) && (size) <= (0xfffffff)):size=540029106 [0x203030b2]", File:
> "mcxt.c", Line: 232)
> May 27 16:07:31 pclinux postgres: !(0 < (size) && (size) <= (0xfffffff))
> (0)
> May 27 16:28:59 pclinux postgres: NOTICE:  buffer leak [9] detected in
> BufferPoolCheckLeak()

Can you send us a reproducable example?  That would be great.  I assume
this is 6.3.2.

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