On Thu, Jan 25, 2001 at 10:13:29PM -0500, Tom Lane wrote:
> Frank Joerdens <frank(at)joerdens(dot)de> writes:
> > I just did that and ran make check 4 times. 3 times went completely
> > smoothly, once I had random fail. This is the same behaviour that I saw
> > when running make installcheck (76 successful most of the time,
> > sometimes you get 75 out of 76 with random being the one that fails).
> Er, you do realize that the random test is *supposed* to fail every so
> often? (Else it'd not be random...) See the pages on interpreting
> regression test results in the admin guide.
> What troubles me is the nonrepeatable failures you saw on other tests.
> As Peter says, if "make installcheck" (serial tests) is perfectly solid
> and "make check" (parallel tests) is not, that suggests some kind of
> interprocess locking problem. But we haven't heard about any such issue
> on Solaris.
Or simply running out of processes - check maxproc? (Deleted beginning of
this thread, so may have missed something)
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