On Thursday 29 November 2001 01:27 am, Tom Lane wrote:
> Joe Conway <joseph(dot)conway(at)home(dot)com> writes:
> > BTW, after your first reply, I started to load the new pg_dump into gdb
> > and discovered it had no debug symbols (recall I installed from RPM). Is
> > there a way to install the RPM with additional configure options without
> > rebuilding it?
> Don't know; certainly you'd have to recompile, but I dunno if you have
> to modify the source RPM or not. Lamar?
Hmmm. You know, it would be a good idea, IMHO, to enable debugging symbols in
the beta RPMs anyway. So, I will do that for the next beta (or release
candidate -- although, with that report from Jan, I wonder what the next
release will be).
In the meantime, Joe, if you can rebuild the RPM from source, here's what to
1.) rpm -i the source RPM.
2.) If you've never built from a source RPM before, see
/usr/share/docs/postgresql-7.2b3/README.rpm-dist for some more information.
3.) Edit the spec file (on Red Hat, that would be in /usr/src/redhat/SPECS,
name of 'postgresql.spec'), adding the following line near the top:
%define __os_install_post /usr/lib/rpm/brp-compress
4.) Add the configure option. The rpm build process by default runs strip on
5.) rpm -ba postgresql.spec, wait a few minutes for the build, and pick up
your RPMs in /usr/src/redhat/RPMS/i386.
Or you can just wait until I upload a set with that line in it..... :-)
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