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Re: (ITS#7775) LMDB terminates Postfix daemon process without logfile record

wietse@porcupine.org writes:
>Hallvard Breien Furuseth:
>> /** User-settable callback for assert(), called before abort()
>>  * instead of printing the message.
>>  *
>>  * assert(some user errors) might be unaffected.  This hack
>>  * should become obsolete as lmdb's error handling matures.
>>  * @param[in] msg The assertion message, not including newline.
>>  * @parem[in] info Currently NULL. Might change in the future.
>>  */
>> extern void (*mdb_assert_cb)(char *msg, void *info);
>> (Or maybe call it -before- printing the message, you can abort or
>> longjmp yourself if you don't want the message.)
> Looks good. I'll code up an example implementation to set and use
> the callback. The "info" argument should be sufficient to figure
> out which database is failing.

To repeat, 'info' would be NULL initially.  Does that make it useless to
you?  Various pieces of code don't know any context of interest to the
user anyway.

I suppose we could s/assert(foo)/mdb_assert(mc, foo)/ when that
compiles so it can report env, txn, dbi.  Howard, should I do that?