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Re: Call for platforms

From: Thomas Lockhart <lockhart(at)alumni(dot)caltech(dot)edu>
To: lockhart(at)fourpalms(dot)org, Tatsuo Ishii <t-ishii(at)sra(dot)co(dot)jp>, hotz(at)jpl(dot)nasa(dot)gov, tih(at)kpnQwest(dot)no, scrappy(at)hub(dot)org, Hackers List <pgsql-hackers(at)postgresql(dot)org>, ask(at)wisdom(dot)weizmann(dot)ac(dot)il
Cc: thomas(at)pgsql(dot)com
Subject: Re: Call for platforms
Date: 2001-03-26 17:14:17
Message-ID: 3ABF78E9.EF26794C@alumni.caltech.edu (view raw or flat)
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The list of unreported or "in progress" platforms has gotten much
shorter. If anyone can help on the remaining problems, we'll be able to
move closer to release status, which is A Good Thing (tm) ;)

btw, if we get most of these qualified, we will be on around 30
platforms!!!!

                  - Thomas

Unreported or problem platforms:

Linux 2.0.x MIPS   7.0 2000-04-13, Tatsuo Ishii

Tatsuo's machine has died. Anyone else with a Cobalt?

mklinux PPC750     7.0 2000-04-13, Tatsuo Ishii

Any luck with RC1?

NetBSD m68k        7.0 2000-04-10, Henry B. Hotz
NetBSD Sparc       7.0 2000-04-13, Tom I. Helbekkmo

We need some NetBSD folks to speak up! Also, there are several flavors
of OpenBSD which are not represented in our list, but which probably are
already running PostgreSQL. Anyone?

QNX 4.25 x86       7.0 2000-04-01, Dr. Andreas Kardos

Does QNX get demoted to the "unsupported list"? It is known to have
problems with 7.1, right?

Solaris x86        7.0 2000-04-12, Marc Fournier

scrappy, did you work through the tests yet?

Ultrix MIPS        7.1 2001-??-??, Alexander Klimov

Any possibilities here?


And here are the up-to-date platforms; thanks for the reports:

AIX 4.3.3 RS6000   7.1 2001-03-21, Gilles Darold
BeOS 5.0.3 x86     7.1 2000-12-18, Cyril Velter
BSDI 4.01  x86     7.1 2001-03-19, Bruce Momjian
Compaq Tru64 4.0g Alpha 7.1 2001-03-19, Brent Verner
FreeBSD 4.3 x86    7.1 2001-03-19, Vince Vielhaber
HPUX PA-RISC       7.1 2001-03-19, 10.20 Tom Lane, 11.00 Giles Lean
IRIX 6.5.11 MIPS   7.1 2001-03-22, Robert Bruccoleri
Linux 2.2.x Alpha  7.1 2001-01-23, Ryan Kirkpatrick
Linux 2.2.x armv4l 7.1 2001-03-22, Mark Knox
Linux 2.2.18 PPC750 7.1 2001-03-19, Tom Lane
Linux 2.2.x S/390  7.1 2000-11-17, Neale Ferguson
Linux 2.2.15 Sparc 7.1 2001-01-30, Ryan Kirkpatrick
Linux 2.2.16 x86   7.1 2001-03-19, Thomas Lockhart
MacOS X Darwin PPC 7.1 2000-12-11, Peter Bierman
NetBSD 1.5 alpha   7.1 2001-03-22, Giles Lean
NetBSD 1.5E arm32  7.1 2001-03-21, Patrick Welche
NetBSD 1.5S x86    7.1 2001-03-21, Patrick Welche
OpenBSD 2.8 x86    7.1 2001-03-22, Brandon Palmer
SCO OpenServer 5 x86   7.1 2001-03-13, Billy Allie
SCO UnixWare 7.1.1 x86 7.1 2001-03-19, Larry Rosenman
Solaris 2.7 Sparc  7.1 2001-03-22, Marc Fournier
SunOS 4.1.4 Sparc  7.1 2001-03-23, Tatsuo Ishii
Windows/Win32 x86  7.1 2001-03-26, Magnus Hagander (clients only)
WinNT/Cygwin x86   7.1 2001-03-16, Jason Tishler

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