I would like you to try this on the current snapshot on our ftp server.
I suspect it has been fixed, but if not, we would like to get it fixed
because we are starting beta in a few days.
> The following sequence causes the backend
> to crash:
> CREATE TABLE test1 (a text);
> CREATE TABLE test2 (b text);
> CREATE RULE test_insert AS ON INSERT TO test1
> DO INSTEAD INSERT INTO test2 VALUES (NEW.a);
> INSERT INTO test1 VALUES ('crash');
> For some reason this only occurs on the alpha platform
> (tried on alpha and linux).
> If I try this using ints it works fine, though. And the use
> of "NEW" seems to be what's screwing it up.
> Is there a fix for this?
> It is crashing in the _copyConst function on this line:
> length = VARSIZE(from->constvalue)
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