On Mon, 2006-11-27 at 17:48 -0500, Tom Lane wrote:
> Joseph Shraibman <jks@selectacast.net> writes:
> > +   <para>
> > +    Savepoints use shared memory.  If you use many savepoints without 
> > releasing them, you
> > +    will run out of shared memory and you may see an error like this in 
> > your log:
> I do not see the point of this.  Shall we put equivalent disclaimers
> into every single construct that consumes shared memory? 

Stating that it uses shared memory? Absolutely. Stating that you may run
out? No, that is implicit in that shared memory is a static value made
available to the operating system (well dynamic, but statically

Joshua D. Drake

>  There is no
> such paragraph under LOCK TABLE, for example.

>                       regards, tom lane
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