I reran the tests setting PGHOST=localhost. Same errors. I do not know
about broken Unix domain sockets. How can I check/fix that?
Tom Lane wrote:
> Paul Huppe <huppe(at)NRCan(dot)gc(dot)ca> writes:
> > It was acutally Peter Eisentraut who asked me to post to the list. He
> > wanted to see the .diff file because he tought that I had a problem with
> > broken Unix domain sockets.
> Hm, I should think that broken sockets would lead to total non function,
> rather than selected (even if extensive) errors.
> But, if you're suspicious of that, try running the tests with
> environment variable PGHOST set to localhost, so that TCP connections
> will be used (and make sure you started the postmaster with -i of
> > Platform: Sun SPARCserver 10
> > OS: Solaris 8
> > Compiler: gcc 2.95.2
> > Configuration Options: none, used defaults
> That doesn't sound particularly risky. Odd ...
> regards, tom lane
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