I tried regression test with Postgres Beta and horology test field. See
attached log. It appears few month ago - see
I used Sun Studio 11 with -fast flag and SPARC platform.
I played little bit with cc flags and following flags work fine for me:
export LDFLAGS="-lm -fast"
The fast switch for compiler is very important too, because it links
Could anybody confirm that it works on his machine?
But the question is if the "-fast" flag is good for postgres. The -fast
flag sets "brutal" floating point optimization and some operation should
have less precision. Is possible verify that floating point operation
I read postgres documentation about floating point datatypes and that
implementation is platform specific. Developer must take care about it
discrepancies, but should there any other part of postgres code where
"-fast" switch generate some computing defect - it means that result
must be platform independent?
The cc flags are describes in
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