Doug Knight <dknight(at)wsi(dot)com> writes:
> In the config.log both build and host now say i686-pc-linux-gnu.
> However, under "checking for C compiler version" I see "Target:
> x86_64-redhat-linux". Should I be concerned about this wrt building a
> pure 32 bit postgreSQL? Also, later in the log, there are references to
> Perl archlibexp and embedded Perl referencing the /usr/lib64 location.
Hmm ... do you have a 32-bit perl installed? I'm not sure it's really
possible to install both at once, actually, since there can be only one
/usr/bin/perl. It might be that your best bet is to set up a 32-bit
buildroot using mock. I just did that for the first time the other day
and it was a lot less painful than I expected ...
OTOH, if you don't actually need plperl for your test, it may not be
worth troubling with. If you've got a 32-bit executable and it doesn't
crash when used, that should be good enough for experimental purposes.
regards, tom lane
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