On 6/5/06, ranbeer makin <ranbeer(at)gmail(dot)com> wrote:
> 1. How to flush buffer in postgres? I'm not able to see the changes that I
> make in my code.
I assume you mean an output buffer? If you're using fprintf, make
sure to do a fflush. Otherwise, use elog(LOG or elog(DEBUG.
> 2. I have added a new field in RESDOM structure, made necessary
> modifications in outfuncs.c, copy, read, equalfuncs.c ....but my prog is
> behaving in a weird way, seems like some memory probs...What other
> modifications needs to be done to reflect the addition of this new field?
Example of *wierd*?
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