Tom Lane wrote:
> Hannes Dorbath <light(at)theendofthetunnel(dot)de> writes:
>> Dieter Schicker wrote:
>>> postgresql-8.2.3 on a system running debian stable with kernel 2.6.8-2-686
>>> Any ideas?
>> No, but maybe an antiquated OS and up to date applications is not the
>> best match. Debian stable is somewhere around PG 7.4.x.
> But we were using SSL_CTX_set_client_cert_cb even in 7.4, and AFAICT
> the function has existed in OpenSSL since 1999 or earlier.
> I did some googling and found various people complaining of similar
> build problems with completely Postgres-unrelated software that's using
> OpenSSL, so it seems there's something a bit odd about that particular
> function ... but I didn't find out what.
> regards, tom lane
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> TIP 2: Don't 'kill -9' the postmaster
Hehe, I would never ever do that, I swear! ;-)
First of all, thanks for your valuable answers!
Concerning the "antiquated OS": I think this is not the right place to
discuss the antiquity (right word? - sorry my mother tongue is German)
of an OS. Just one sentence: I have been in the business for 25 years
now and I therefore prefer stability to
The reason why I break this self-imposed "rule" with postgres is that we
use postgres (exclusively) for teaching database courses here at our
institution and we need some functionalities that require version 8.x.
Tom, of course I did that googling, too before I dared to ask on this
list. But all I found was questions, no answers. ;-) I will dig into
that problem further and keep you informed if I find a solution.
Thanks and Cheers
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