greetings postgres gurus:
i've scoured the mail list logs and found many requests for assistance
with this problem:
``i just built the new pgsql release and now psql quits with a
segmentation fault every time i run it''
but can not find any answer - maybe all these people worked it out on
their own or abandoned postgres. does anyone have a hint?
i'm guessing its something to do with versions of readline/glibc but don't
have a clue what to try upgrading/downgrading or patching to make
everything work in harmony. everything builds without complaint and the
postmaster appears to be running just fine - psql just segfaults.
does anyone have a solution to build psql that worked for them?
i'm building postgres ~6.5 from cvs on intel/pentium redhat linux boxes
with glibc 2.x (libc6) readline 2.2.1 and linux kernel 2.2.10+ using pgcc
profuse thanks to anyone who may have a moment to suggest some help and
Cc: directly to my email address.
can't wait to try out the 6.5.x postgres features!
mailto:sean(at)savvysearch(dot)com sean dreilinger, mlis
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