tgl(at)sss(dot)pgh(dot)pa(dot)us (Tom Lane) writes:
> Stefan Kaltenbrunner <stefan(at)kaltenbrunner(dot)cc> writes:
>> hmm well -HEAD(and 8.0.4 too!) is broken on AIX 5.3ML3:
> [ shrug... ] The reports of this problem have not given enough
> information to fix it, and since it's not a regression from 8.0,
> it's not going to hold up the 8.1 release. When and if we receive
> enough info to fix it, we'll gladly do so, but ...
Well, we never had an AIX 5.3 system when 8.0 was released, so didn't
attempt a compile. Seneca just tried out a build on 8.0.3 on AIX 5.3;
it appears to be experiencing the same problem with initdb, and a
slight modification of the previous "fix" appears to resolve the
Can you suggest what further we might provide that would help?
> (My guess is that the problem is a compiler or libc bug anyway,
> given that one report says that replacing a memcpy call with an
> equivalent loop makes the failure go away.)
It seems unlikely to be a compiler bug as the same issue has been
reported with both GCC and IBM XLC. I could believe it being a libc
It would be terribly disappointing to have to report both internally
and externally that AIX 5.3 is not a usable platform for recent
releases of PostgreSQL...
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