> I have tested the s_lock_test and seems it is working. However I
> have lots of failure with various SQL's including 'drop database',
> 'delete from'.
I'm seeing the same thing Tatsuo-san does. This is on NetBSD/sparc
1.3, GCC 188.8.131.52, running the very latest anonCVS-fetched PostgreSQL.
Haven't run regression tests -- assume they would fail horribly. The
installation was done from scratch, including an 'initdb' run.
Interestingly, a 'delete from' will kill the backend even if it has a
'where' clause that does not match anything whatsoever, but a 'drop
table' is fine, including non-empty tables. Brief testing of 'insert'
and 'select' show them working, including joins, as do transactions
using 'begin', 'commit' and 'abort'.
Any idea where to start looking?
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