I have 2 different linux boxes:
#1 is a PII 450 with 128 meg ram
#2 is a PII 350(?) with 96 meg ram
Linux is the most recent Mandrake release, which
uses all the Redhat 6.2 rpms.
I installed postgresql from the rpms without problems.
I then ran the regression test (as user postgres),
per instructions, and had some differences:
On Machine 1, it ran to completion (presumably) -- all
entries came out 'ok' and the last item was "temp .. ok",
then it returned to a command prompt.
On Machine 2, all items reported 'ok' also, and the
last item was "temp .. ok", but following that, it printed
2.42user 1.67system 1:49:83elapsed 3%CPU (0avgtext+0avgdata 0maxresident)k
0inputs+0outputs (44856major+21403minor)pagefaults 0swaps.
I don't know what this information means, and I don't know
why it only appears on the one machine but not the other.
I have not seen this kind of info on any other programs.
Can you help?
-- doug edmunds
16 June 2000
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