Ian Campbell <ianr...@gmail.com> writes:
> The function works fine on first call, sometimes more, then either resets
> the connection or throws this on any further calls:
> ERROR: cache lookup failed for type 0 SQL state: XX000
I think the core problem here is that you're dealing with
pass-by-reference results from the SPI_execute() --- specifically,
the int4 "vals" values --- as if they were pass-by-value. You're
just saving the Datums, which are only pointers, and expecting what
they point to to still be good when you get around to doing
heap_form_tuple with them. But in reality they stopped being good
the moment you did SPI_finish().
The failures would be a lot less intermittent if you were testing in
a debug build (with CLOBBER_FREED_MEMORY defined).
The two basic approaches you could take that would work reliably are
1. Copy all the int4 values into the multi_call_memory_ctx before
2. Instead of using multi-call mode, form all the result tuples during
a single call and return them in a tuplestore, so that all the work
is done before you call SPI_finish. You wouldn't really need the FIFO
data structure if you did it that way.
There are some other things I could criticize here, like labeling the
function IMMUTABLE when its results depend on table contents, but
they probably aren't causing your crashes.
regards, tom lane
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