Tom Lane wrote:
> I just managed to make a backend dump core while fooling with the CTE
> patch, and found out that the system failed to recover, because the
> ensuing startup process *also* dumped core. Here's the backtrace:
> We should of course not be attempting XLogInsert during WAL replay.
> Now smgr_redo knows about that. I rather wonder why fsm_redo is
> attempting to call smgrtruncate at all, seeing that there's presumably
> smgr's own redo record to tell it to deal with that. I think that all
> fsm_redo need do is clear out the last untruncated block of FSM.
Agreed. Fixed, thanks.
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