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On Tue, 21 Jul 2020 at 23:16, Andrew Gierth <> wrote:
> >>>>> "Dibyendu" == Dibyendu Majumdar <> writes:
>  Dibyendu> I have yet to see a complex program survive after a heap
>  Dibyendu> failure.
> PostgreSQL is very good at it, to give just one example.

This is becoming OT so maybe we should take it offline. I am curious though.
Database systems tend to pre-allocate essential memory they need. As
long as the DBMS can rollback to a consistent state it doesn't really
care about failure in a stored proc if that is what you are referring