Carilda A. Thomas wrote:
> Since I have now seen two other people complain about this, I will join
> the fray.
> I am running Solaris 2.6, Postgresql v6.3.2.
> I have also gotten the same notice on FreeBSD 2.1.<something, I forget,
> but not the threaded one -- this was for a client a while back) running
> Well, the "bug" only happens if one forces the complete build to use
> dynamic libraries (.so instead of .a).
> And, no, I do NOT accept the Microsoft-type solution: "don't use
> dynamic libraries."
> It doesn't seem to have any effect on operation other than being
> Other info: The freeBSD was built with gcc 2.7.<something>; the Solaris
> 2.6 was built with gcc 2.8.1. All the auxiliary programs (readline,
> history, etc.) are the latest versions (I'm too lazy to look right now)
> and linked in as dynamic, also.
> A bogus value is being passed somewhere, and the function it winds up in
> just doesn't know what to do with it. I didn't have the time to chase
> down the path it was using to get there because I am not that familiar
> with the internals.
> This message appears to show up in anything related to a trigger --
> whether it's a restriction in the schema definition or a manually
> created trigger.
The problem should be connected with DEBUG, I solved my problem getting
off the -d parameter from postmaster command line.
Another way to have this message should be compiling the parser
with -DPARSEDEBUG. (See the reply of Thomas G. Lockhart).
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