> gcc2.95; hppa2.0-hp-hpux10.20, postgresql 7.1.2
> make check checks the first group all right (tests check out ok and
> a process "postgres:" shows up in the process list.
> When "make check" displays "parallel group (18 tests): point lseg"
> the "postgres:" process disappears from the process list and
> the test does not complete. Or, rather, not until I lose
> patience (15min). Incidentally the shell process that make started
> keeps running and eats up all the CPU time.
Known bug in HPUX's Bourne shell --- evidently it can't cope with so
many children in parallel. It works if you do
gmake SHELL=/bin/ksh check
or if you run the non-parallel "installcheck". See FAQ_HPUX.
If I still had a support contract in force with HP, I'd file a bug
regards, tom lane
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