On Mon, Jul 27, 2015 at 7:12 AM, Alvaro Herrera
> I only tried a few tests, for lack of time, and it didn't produce any.
> (To verify that the whole thing was working properly, I reduced the
> range of memory made available during PinBuffer and that resulted in a
> crash immediately). I am not really familiar with valgrind TBH and just
> copied a recipe to run postmaster under it, so if someone with more
> valgrind-fu could verify this, it would be great.
> This part:
>> > > > Under CLOBBER_FREED_MEMORY, wipe a shared buffer when its
>> > > > global pin count falls to zero.
> can be done without any valgrind, I think. Any takers?
It seems like this didn't go anywhere. Any chance that you'll find the
time to work on this soon?
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