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Re: still memory leaks with libpgtcl

From: Gerhard Hintermayer <g(dot)hintermayer(at)inode(dot)at>
To: pgsql-interfaces(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: still memory leaks with libpgtcl
Date: 2002-12-27 15:03:01
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Gerhard Hintermayer wrote:
> Weird, I thought these were fixed already.
> 
> Downloaded 7.2.3 source today, was *a lot* astonished, that the 
> pg_on_connection_loss and the fix for finding a free connection slot 
> (PSetResultId)  were not in the source tarball.
> Fetched latest versions from CVS (both patches included), compiled tcl 
> 8.3.5 and did
> 
> set conn [pg_connect template1]
> pg_disconnect $conn
> 
> in an endless loop, which result's in a constant increase in memory usage.
> Has anybody encountered this problem also ?
> 
> What went wrong here - the sources in the tarball are oviously old (I 
> submitted 2 patches several month ago, one was a bug fix, ok the other 
> was an enhancement, but can anybody explain, why at least the bug fix 
> did *not* find it's way to the tarball , and why are there 2 projects in 
> parallel - libpgtcl and the pgtcl project - that is only confusing people.
> 
> Has anyone experience with pgtcl project, it is still beta, and I'm in a 
> production environment, so I need really stable stuff.
> 
> Gerhard
> 

Is there absoulutely noone using postgreSQL with tcl/tk ? I cannot beleave that. 
I'd be happy to hear at least the preferred pgtcl sources -either from the 
postgreSQL sources of from the pgtcl project. And what's the differences ?

-- 
Gerhard Hintermayer
http://www.inode.at/g.hintermayer


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