Bruce Momjian wrote:
> Magnus Hagander wrote:
> > Attached patch adds some error checking to the thread locking stuff in
> > libpq. Previously, if thread locking failed for some reason, we would
> > just fall through and do things without locking. This patch makes us
> > abort() instead. It's not the greatest thing probably, but our API
> > doesn't let us pass back return values...
> I have looked over the patch and it seems fine, though I am concerned
> about the abort() case with no output.  I realize stderr might be going
> nowhere, but in fe-print.c we do an fprintf(stderr) for memory failures
> so for consistency I think we should do the same here.  If there is
> concern about code bloat, I suggest a macro at the top of the file for
> thread failure exits:
>       #define THEAD_FAILURE(str) \
>       do { \
>               fprintf(stderr, libpq_gettext("Thread failure:  %s\n")); \
>               exit(1); \
>       } while(0)

Oh, this is Tom saying he doesn't like stderr and the added code lines
for failure:

I think the macro and consistency suggest doing as I outlined.

  Bruce Momjian  <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>

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