Martin Pitt escribió:
> Tom Lane [2007-11-03 14:27 -0400]:
>> Martin Pitt <martin(at)piware(dot)de> writes:
>>> The testsuite of 8.3 beta 2 fails on the Alpha architecture (versions
>>> up to 8.2 worked fine).
>> We redid some of the float error handling for 8.3, in hopes of getting
>> closer to the IEEE standard behavior for NaNs and infinities and so on.
>> I guess that isn't working on your Alpha. I have a vague recollection
>> that Alphas use non-IEEE floats so maybe this is not too surprising.
>> Can you grant one of us access to the machine to work on it?
> I don't own any alpha machine, but maybe Frank, Steven, or anyone from
> the Debian alpha porter list can create a temporary account for you?
>> Or poke into it yourself?
> There is no developer accessible alpha porter box for Debian
> unfortunately. :(
Since Debian is having some problems with its alpha development machine,
the Gentoo/Alpha port is happy to offer some help with this problem.
We can provide with shell account access (or even a chroot) in our
development machine (AlphaServer ES40) for debugging this PostgreSQL
bug. If it only happens on Debian, I could create a debian chroot for
Gentoo/Alpha Team can be reached by mail: alpha(at)gentoo(dot)org or by IRC in
Thanks and feel free to ask if you need something more.
Jose Luis Rivero <yoswink(at)gentoo(dot)org>
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