> > Thomas A. Szybist" <szybist(at)boxhill(dot)com>
> > > Bruce Momjian <maillist(at)candle(dot)pha(dot)pa(dot)us>
> > >
> > > Again, if someone wants to conditionally compile the directories to find
> > > the offending file, I am sure we can get a fix for it.
> > >
> > At first look it seems to be: backend/catalog/indexing.c.
> > Maybe Keith can confirm?
> > Thanks,
> I recompiled the latest cvs with -O2 and found that the crash on
> table creation was NOT now failing so I'm a little confused :-(
> I'm just updating my cvs, and will do another build and see how
> things go.
> If only I had the same failures as before I'd be able to confirm
> your suspicions on indexing.c
I have found a problem in indexing.c. In CatalogIndexFetchTuple(),
there is a particulary weird do..while loop, and in trying to clean it
up as part of the megapatch, I broke it and thought I had it fixed.
It appears it may still be broken. The ReleaseBuffer(buffer) call could
happen even if no valid tuple is returned because buffer has a random
I am running a test now, and will post the fix as soon as I am sure it
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