Denis Perchine <dyp(at)perchine(dot)com> writes:
> fd.c.patch is a patch to reduce number of lseek syscalls.
> fe-misc.c.patch is a patch for libpq to cope with bugs in Linux kernel.
> pg_proc.c.patch is a patch for small memory leak in pg_proc.c.
The first of these is *certainly* inappropriate to apply as a backpatch,
and I have serious doubts about the other two as well. We normally only
backpatch critical bug fixes, because dot-releases get almost no testing
before release. I'm not convinced these are critical...
regards, tom lane
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