Lennert Buytenhek <buytenh(at)gnu(dot)org> writes:
>> Hmm, that's interesting. It shouldn't be possible for PrivateRefCount
>> (the last value printed) to become negative. Can you give a sequence
>> for reproducing this notice from a standing start?
> Unfortunately not. I was very very surprised when I saw this (as I never
> got any errors like this), and I tried to reproduce what I did, but I
> didn't get this message again. (This is a pretty heavily-used database
> (lots of clients via the network), so the odds of reproducing the exact
> sequence of events is pretty small anyway).
PrivateRefCount is local to a particular backend, so the behavior of
other clients shouldn't matter (in theory anyway ;-)). It should be
sufficient to reproduce the sequence executed by your specific session.
Not that that helps much if you don't remember, but please try.
> So.. what am I to do if I ever get this message again?
Don't panic ... but see if you can reproduce it.
regards, tom lane
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