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A memory leak. Postgres 7.4. Mac OS. X Server

From: PAviles(at)its(dot)co(dot)cr
To: pgsql-bugs(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: A memory leak. Postgres 7.4. Mac OS. X Server
Date: 2004-05-21 20:15:07
Message-ID: OF2967268C.6B8210C4-ON86256E9B.0068480D-06256E9B.0075C19A@its.co.cr (view raw or flat)
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Hi, 
we have a postgresql 7.4 database server on an  X Server with Mac OS 
10.3.3, 7F45
The server  possess two CPU's, 4 Gb in memory, and an adequate space on 
disk.
The service run fine in the majority of time. But, we see the memory go 
down, bit by bit. (A memory leak).
No errors are produced, but the memory is missing, and then we need to 
restart the service (pg_ctl restart) to clean the busy memory. Before the 
reload, the postgres run slow (by the lack of memory, I think!).
Postgres was compiled with gcc 3.3, with fink on stable (read line, open 
ssl), 
and with CFLAGS= -03-mtune=970 -funroll-loops
The parameters used was: /configure --with-includes=/sw/include 
--with-libraries=/sw/lib --prefix=/sw --with-rendevouz

Regards

Pablo Avilés Cisneros 
Area Manager 
Software Research and Development Area
Development and Research, ITS 
San José,Costa Rica 
email: paviles(at)its(dot)co(dot)cr
phone: (506) 2110319 
cel: (506) 8444312 

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