On Fri, Jan 21, 2005 at 05:03:08PM -0700, Jeff Ross wrote:
> If I put the source for 8.0.0 on disk (RAID 1) , configure, compile and
> run gmake check, it fails with 33 errors, 30 of which are
> ! psql: could not send startup packet: Broken pipe
Somebody else using OpenBSD reported a similar problem recently.
Here's part of that thread:
> If I put the same source code up on a ram disk, configure and compile it
> the same way, all 96 tests pass.
Interesting. Is this behavior consistent? What's different 'twixt
the RAID disk and the RAM disk?
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