Bruce Momjian wrote:
> > If you run the query that fails in a standalone backend, do you get
> > something like "(typeid = 1700, len = -1, typmod = -1, byval = f)"
> > at the end of the line, or is that part truncated too?
> I found the cause.  I traced into printf then realized I was not in libc
> but port/snprintf.c, and I see 4096 defined for those buffers.  I will
> work on a patch to make it dynamic.  At the time I think there was
> thought that 4096 was as large as it ever needed to be, but obviously
> this was wrong. I think Win32 would see the same failure because it used
> port/snprintf.c too.

My Win32 8.1 platform is fine so Win32 must not use port/snprintf.c.

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