"Nigel J. Andrews" <nandrews(at)investsystems(dot)co(dot)uk> writes:
> That's why I went down the hardware question. Given the error reported by Wim
> though seems to be a memory allocation, actually freeing, fault would data
> corruption in any persistent storage object be suspect?
I am thinking a corrupted length word in a varlena data item (text,
varchar, array, etc) might possibly lead to that sort of error.
It's just an educated guess though.
regards, tom lane
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