> -----Original Message-----
> From: pgsql-bugs(at)postgresql(dot)org
> Terry Carlin (terry(at)greatbridge(dot)com) reports a bug with a severity of 2
> The lower the number the more severe it is.
> Short Description
> Memory leak in ODBC driver
> Long Description
> As part of Great Bridge QA testing, we run the AS3AP, TPC-C, and TPC-D
> benchmarks using 1 to 100 users. Our benchmarking tool is Benchmark
> Factory. It is a WinNT/Win2000 application. It uses ODBC to
> connect to PostgreSQL as there is no native driver for PostgreSQL
> yet. Benchmark Factory will run as many transactions as it can
> during a given timeframe.
> We have found that there is a memory leak in the PostgreSQL ODBC
> drivers. The system memory grows 100k to 300k every five seconds
> during the test. We are hitting from 500 to 1100 transactions per
> second. After we get through several hundred thousand
> transactions, we run out of swap space on the Win2000 box. The
> Win2000 box has about 1.2 gig of swap space.
I've just committed a change to CVS.
It would resolve the memory leak a little.
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