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Port Bug Report: Regression tests fails serious.

From: Unprivileged user <nobody>
To: pgsql-ports(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Port Bug Report: Regression tests fails serious.
Date: 1999-01-20 15:59:00
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Your name		: Reiner Nippes
Your email address	: nippes(at)ums-ulm(dot)de

Category		: install: compile
Severity		: serious

Summary: Regression tests fails serious.

System Configuration
  Operating System   : HP-Ux 10.10

  PostgreSQL version : 6.4 & 6.4.2

  Compiler used      : gcc 2.8.1

HP-UX B.10.10 A 9000/821

Versions of other tools:


Problem Description:
Running the regression test with version 6.4 I got a bunch of IMHO serious error
messages. e.g.: While testing int2 "INSERT INTO INT2_TBL(f2) VALUES 'asdf'" the
backend closed the channel unexpectedly instead of giving the error message 
"can't parse 'asdf'". 

During "normal" operation, we have the problem that we can't create a database.
What we try to do is the following (due to the fact that we are sql novices :-( ):
we UPDATE table a3xw005b -> if that gives an error because that table does not exist, we
are going to CREATE the table. (We couldnot find out how to test if a table is existing 
in the database.) Nevertheless on our Linux box this works fine. On our HP-Ux 10.10 system
we are only able to create one table during the runtime of our program. After trying 
to "UPDATE" the second non-existing table the backend process is dieing.

Could you tell us the SQL statment to query if a table exists?

If anyone at your site is interested in the result of our regression test 
I could send it to him along with the config.cache file (or any other file needed).

Sorry for my bad english and sql knowledge.

Kind regards,
Reiner Nippes

UMS GmbH, Ulm


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