On Mon, Jan 28, 2008 at 09:11:31PM -0500, Tom Lane wrote:
> Hi Magnus,
> Would you take a look at the patch I just committed in fe-connect.c?
> I found out today that PQreset() wasn't working on a GSSAPI connection,
> because closePGconn hadn't been patched to clear out the GSSAPI state
> (resulting in "duplicate GSS authentication request" failure). I think
> I fixed that but it wouldn't be bad for someone who knows that code
> better to double-check. Also, I can't test the ENABLE_SSPI case,
> so that needs to be looked at.
> The test case I've been using is to "select 1;" in psql, then kill -9
> the backend from another window, then "select 1;" again. psql should
> recover and reconnect successfully.
Looks good from here.
As for the SSPI case, it actually recovered just fine with SSPI before this
patch - from how I read it there was a memory leak, though.
And I can confirm that it still works after this patch.
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