On Thu, Jan 27, 2005 at 02:08:36PM -0500, Tamas Vincze wrote:
> The configure command was:
> $ ./configure --prefix=/usr/local/pgsql-8.0.0 --enable-thread-safety
> The readline library is installed under my home, that's why the
> --with-includes/libs are there.
Is anything else under there? Aside from enabling various server-side
languages and SSL, the only thing I see different between my configure
and yours is that you use --enable-thread-safety and I don't, and
I use --enable-debug and you don't. When I get a chance I'll do a
build with --enable-thread-safety and without --enable-debug and
see if it matters.
> I have gcc 2.96 and haven't specified any custom options to it or
> to the linker.
Have you tried gcc 3.x? I don't know if it matters, but that's
another difference between our builds.
> >I've built PostgreSQL 8.0.0 (from CVS) on Solaris 9/sparc many times
> >with gcc 3.4.2 and all "make check" tests pass.
> I've compiled from the final tarball - maybe something's changed
> since you got the sources from CVS?
I've been following the 8.0 development for months, doing CVS updates
and rebuilding almost daily, include once earlier this morning. I
don't remember seeing any "make check" failures recently.
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