Sorry for the lack of description, but here goes. I have a function which runs properly, causes no errors until I call SPI_Finish(). Upon that call the backend closes (not what I want). If I remove that line (leaving in the SPI_Connect() statement) it runs fine, but issues numerous warnings about connections already having been established. Is there a known way to make SPI_Finish() crash that I could have run into? Function consists of a couple selects and a couple inserts. Of course, removing both SPI_Connect() doesn't allow the queries to be performed. -- Rod Taylor There are always four sides to every story: your side, their side, the truth, and what really happened.
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