Excerpts from Etienne Robillard's message of lun mar 21 12:29:01 -0300 2011:
> $ md5sum postgresql-8.4.7.tar.gz
> 4771d4ae4fd9e7e9b92c22253517508d postgresql-8.4.7.tar.gz
> The detached MD5 signature matches the tarball I used for compiling
> postgresql server so I don't think
> its necessary to try downloading another. Maybe this is strictly a 8.4.x
> issue but will need to verify
> by downgrading to 8.3.x...
8.4.x has been tested by hundreds of machines. I build it here on a
Debian machine at least once a week and I have never seen this problem.
I don't think it's a generic PG problem; maybe there's something wrong
with your machine or setup. Have you tested the hardware? Is the
error reproducible exactly in the same way every time? (if not, it might
suggest a hardware problem -- did you try memtest86?). If it's not a
hardware problem, how did you compile it?
Álvaro Herrera <alvherre(at)commandprompt(dot)com>
The PostgreSQL Company - Command Prompt, Inc.
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