Florian Weimer wrote:
> * Magnus Hagander:
>> Oh, that's interesting. That's actually a sideeffect of us increasing
>> the stack size for the postgres.exe executable in order to work on other
>> things. By default, it burns 1MB/thread, but ours will do 4MB. Never
>> really thought of the problem that it'll run out of address space.
>> Unfortunately, that size can't be changed in the CreateThread() call -
>> only the initially committed size can be changed there.
> Windows XP supports the STACK_SIZE_PARAM_IS_A_RESERVATION flag, which
> apparently allows to reduce the reserved size.  It might be better to do
> this the other way round, though (leave the reservation at its 1 MB
> default, and increase it only when necessary).

It does, but we still support windows 2000 as well. I think it's better
to use a different method altogether - one not using one thread per child.


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