Bruce Momjian wrote:
> Kris Jurka wrote:
>> Magnus Hagander wrote:
>>> Log Message:
>>> Properly unregister OpenSSL callbacks when libpq is done with
>>> it's connection. This is required for applications that unload
>>> the libpq library (such as PHP) in which case we'd otherwise
>>> have pointers to these functions when they no longer exist.
>> Breaks the build with --enable-thread-safety and --with-openssl because
>> of this typo.
> Thanks, applied.
That fix is wrong.
The comment clearly says the code *shouldn't* free the lockarray, so the
proper fix is to remove those two lines.
I have applied a patch that does this.
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