Hi Anton,

I can reproduce the high memory consumption with your queries.

Looking at the patch, I see that you changed the lifetime of the temporary context from per-tuple to per-index-scan. It is not obvious that this change is correct. Could you explain, what memory context are involved in the scan, and what their lifetimes are, before and after your changes? What are these memory allocations that are causing the high consumption, and what code makes them? This will make it easier to understand your changes.


Also, this link doesn't open for me.

Alexander Kuzmenkov
Postgres Professional: http://www.postgrespro.com
The Russian Postgres Company

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