> In message <199808292119(dot)WAA27374(at)mtcc(dot)demon(dot)co(dot)uk>, Keith Parks writes:
> > Thomas A. Szybist <szybist(at)boxhill(dot)com>
> > >
> > > Hi, yes, I'm having trouble as well.
> > Sorry to hear that but I don't feel quite so alone now ;-)
> Misery loves company :).
> > >
> > > I'm crashing anytime I create a table, (-O2). I just tried the 8/29 snapshot.
> > > I've got an environment set up now to try a few things.
> > Same thing here with -O2, I think some of the other pg_user, pg_view etc.
> > problems all boil down to table creation as those are created as
> > tables after bootstrapping and subsequently converted to views.
> > >
> > > Without -O2 it seem to be better. I see the same problem with
> > > create function as you. Also many failures seem to the result
> > > of some type not defined. Is that expected?
> > Yes, there are many problems in the regression tests due to some
> > type removal, I think, by Bruce. We're just waiting for the
> > regression test "expected" results to catch up.
> > >
> > > Sorry to jump in so late here.
> > >
> > Better late than never <grin>
> > Just out of interest, what platform are you running on?
> > (S/Linux on an SUN IPX here)
> > Keith.
> This is on a Red Hat 4.1 (Yes 4.1) system. Thing is, it's a production
> system, and I haven't reason to upgrade.
> Kernel is 2.0.29 gcc 22.214.171.124. Sparc 20.
> I was toying with the idea of tossing Red Had 5.1 on a sparc classic,
> to see if glibc on S/Linux hoses anything.
Again, if someone wants to conditionally compile the directories to find
the offending file, I am sure we can get a fix for it.
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