Alexander Kuleshov <> writes:
> Attached patch simplifies the MemoryContextAllocZero() and
> MemoryContextAllocZeroAligned().

What this does is to de-inline those functions, resulting in an
extra level of function call per allocation.  We had intentionally
inlined them on performance grounds: those things are hot spots in
most workloads.  Do you have any evidence demonstrating that this
doesn't cause a performance hit?

                        regards, tom lane

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