On 1/9/17 3:15 AM, Pavel Stehule wrote:
The running unsafe PL in own managed processes is good idea - Years, I have a one diploma theme "better management of unsafe PL in Postgres" - but still without any interest from students :(. I had two possibilities to see catastrophic errors related to wrong usage of PLPerlu. If we can locks interpret/environment in some safe sandbox, then it should be great.
Incidentally, Tom just observed in another thread that Tcl treats out of memory as a panic situation, so anyone using pltcl opens the risk of arbitrary database-wide panics. Fenced pltcl is one possible solution for that problem.
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