On Wed, Feb 07, 2001 at 10:02:44AM +0100, Christoph Appel wrote:
> Well, the one 'hanging' psql process is there (I'm talking of the
> serialized test, so this looks reasonable to me). I then terminate the
> test via CTRL-C.
Please try a "make installcheck" -- this will run the tests sequentially
instead of in parallel. I'm doubtful that this will work since others
have already tried it and were unsuccessful, but since it is easy it
is worth a shot. Remember to install PostgreSQL and start postmaster
(and ipc-daemon) before you run this version of the regression test.
> postmaster can be shutdown via 'pg_ctl stop' (without producing any
> further error messages; I got rid of the IPC err messages by applying
> the sem and shm patches I noticed in the mailing list).
Note that these patches are no longer necessary when you use the latest
Cygwin CVS or Cygwin 1.3.0 (which is yet to be released).
> > Use NT's TaskManager (specifically the Performance tab), what is the memory
> > usage during the regression tests. Are you running out of memory?
> Sorry, no NT TaskManager under Win98.
> Do you know some tool or method I can check this?
I quickly searched the MS MSDN/KB but came up empty. As the Core Cygwin
developers have said many times, "I hate Windows 9X/Me!"
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