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Re: Third call for platform testing (linux 2.4.x)

From: Thomas Lockhart <lockhart(at)alumni(dot)caltech(dot)edu>
To: Franck Martin <franck(at)sopac(dot)org>
Cc: lockhart(at)fourpalms(dot)org, Hackers List <pgsql-hackers(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Subject: Re: Third call for platform testing (linux 2.4.x)
Date: 2001-03-31 00:50:48
Message-ID: 3AC529E8.6FC994D8@alumni.caltech.edu (view raw or flat)
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> I still don't see an entry for Linux 2.4.x

My (uncommitted) updates to the real list show 2.4.2 in the comments
section. I may remove all mention of versions, since it seems that most
released versions of x86 Linux run PostgreSQL successfully.

Comments?

                       - Thomas

> > Unreported or problem platforms:
> >
> > Linux 2.0.x MIPS   7.0 2000-04-13 (Tatsuo has lost machine)
> > mklinux PPC750     7.0 2000-04-13, Tatsuo Ishii
> > NetBSD m68k        7.0 2000-04-10 (Henry has lost machine)
> > NetBSD Sparc       7.0 2000-04-13, Tom I. Helbekkmo
> > QNX 4.25 x86       7.0 2000-04-01, Dr. Andreas Kardos
> > Ultrix MIPS        7.1 2001-??-??, Alexander Klimov
> >
> > mklinux has failed Tatsuo's testing afaicr. Demote to unsupported?
> >
> > Any NetBSD partisans who can do testing or solicit testing from the
> > NetBSD crowd? Same for OpenBSD?
> >
> > QNX is known to have problems with 7.1. Any hope of fixing for 7.1.1? Is
> > there anyone able to work on it? If not, I'll move to the unsupported
> > list.
> >
> > 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
> > Solaris x86        7.1 2001-03-27, Mathijs Brands
> > 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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