I built and run the regression tests from a clean cvs tree this morning
(1998-08-30 20:00UTC). I have removed the oidint2, oidint4, and oidname
tests since the types no longer exist, and have updated alter_table to
remove mention of these types. I've committed these changes to the cvs
There are some failures (itemized below). The only failure I saw before
the big OID patch-fest was select_views.
So, the current status on my system (i686, Linux 2.0.30, RedHat 4.2, -O2
optimization enabled) is that all tests pass except the following:
- constraints .. failed
- create_index .. failed
Fails on all create index statements after the first one with the
QUERY: CREATE INDEX onek_unique2 ON onek USING btree(unique2 int4_ops);
ERROR: DefineIndex: onek relation not found
but, this statement executes just fine after the regression tests have
completed and I connect in from another process:
regression=> CREATE INDEX onek_unique2 ON onek USING btree(unique2
Is it a cache problem somewhere??
sanity_check .. failed
> NOTICE: Index pg_class_relname_index: NUMBER OF INDEX' TUPLES (144) IS NOT THE SAME AS HEAP' (135)
> NOTICE: Index pg_class_oid_index: NUMBER OF INDEX' TUPLES (144) IS NOT THE SAME AS HEAP' (135)
These warnings weren't present before. Also sensitive to missing table
from constraints test failure.
select_having .. failed
select_views .. failed
Core dump. afaik this has been present for a month or two, and is a
failure on the last query in the test. EXPLAIN shows a valid result, so
the crash happens farther back.
run_ruletest .. failed
Apparently not critical; the test depends on the name of the dba being
"pgsql" and my system has a dba named "postgres". The test should be
fixed for v6.4.
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