Nic Ferrier <nferrier(at)tapsellferrier(dot)co(dot)uk> writes:
> DEBUG: inserting column 7 value '0'
> DEBUG: Typ != NULL
> ERROR: Bad float4 input format -- underflow
Hm. This is evidently failing this test:
if (fabs(val) > FLOAT4_MAX)
elog(ERROR, "Bad float4 input format -- overflow");
if (val != 0.0 && fabs(val) < FLOAT4_MIN)
elog(ERROR, "Bad float4 input format -- underflow");
which is a tad surprising for an input of '0'. I think perhaps you
have a compiler bug there. Want to put a breakpoint at CheckFloat4Val
and see what's being passed in?
> I'm using Debian GNU-Linux for PPC on an iMac. 7.2 builds and
> initdb's ok.
FWIW, I've built recent sources on a PowerBook without problems,
under both LinuxPPC and OS X.
regards, tom lane
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