I knew that the delete_function() will reclaim the memory context
allocated for the function. But I did not find any code for removing
the plan(SPI plan memory context), saved by calling _SPI_save_plan.
Is the plan memory context freed when someone issued CREATE OR
"Tom Lane" <tgl(at)sss(dot)pgh(dot)pa(dot)us> wrotes:25310(dot)1248791701(at)sss(dot)pgh(dot)pa(dot)us(dot)(dot)(dot)
> "Tao Ma" <feng_eden(at)163(dot)com> writes:
>> Once we DROP the function, the memory consumed
>> by the plan will be leak.
> I'm pretty unconcerned about DROP FUNCTION. The case that seems worth
> worrying about is CREATE OR REPLACE FUNCTION, and in that case we'll
> reclaim the storage on the next call of the function.
> regards, tom lane
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