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From: Angelos Karageorgiou <angelos(at)incredible(dot)com>
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Subject: Re: [HACKERS] psql \d does not work
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On Sat, 26 Dec 1998, Angelos Karageorgiou wrote:

> has anyone noticed that the backend still dies when you do a "\d" from
> psql ? This is with 6.4.1 on bsdi 3.1 
> 

Hate to respond to myself, but Bruce noted that other people's \d on the
back end did not crash.

I had compiled postgres with shlicc2 which is the shared lib version of gcc2 
on bsdi. That version was crashing the back end. I recompiled with the
default gcc2 and it works magnificently 

Any clues ?

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