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7.1 snapshot on i386 BSD MAJOR failure

From: bpalmer <bpalmer(at)crimelabs(dot)net>
To: <pgsql-hackers(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Subject: 7.1 snapshot on i386 BSD MAJOR failure
Date: 2000-12-20 05:46:33
Message-ID: Pine.BSO.4.30.0012200030070.3390-100000@mizer.crimelabs.net (view raw or flat)
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Is this bad,  or are there expected to be known problems like this for
OBSD?

7.1beta1 had roughly the same errors..


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bpalmer(at)mizer:~/PG7.1/postgresql-snapshot>uname -a
OpenBSD mizer 2.8 GENERIC#399 i386


bpalmer(at)mizer:~/PG7.1/postgresql-snapshot>gmake check
gmake -C doc all
gmake[1]: Entering directory `/home/bpalmer/PG7.1/postgresql-snapshot/doc'
gmake[1]: Nothing to be done for `all'.
gmake[1]: Leaving directory `/home/bpalmer/PG7.1/postgresql-snapshot/doc'
...
...  (no errors)
...
gmake[2]: Entering directory `/home/bpalmer/PG7.1/postgresql-snapshot/src/test/regress'
gmake -C ../../../contrib/spi REFINT_VERBOSE=1 refint.so autoinc.so
gmake[3]: Entering directory `/home/bpalmer/PG7.1/postgresql-snapshot/contrib/spi'
gmake[3]: `refint.so' is up to date.
gmake[3]: `autoinc.so' is up to date.
gmake[3]: Leaving directory `/home/bpalmer/PG7.1/postgresql-snapshot/contrib/spi'
/bin/sh ./pg_regress --temp-install --top-builddir=../../.. --schedule=./parallel_schedule --multibyte=
============== removing existing temp installation    ==============
============== creating temporary installation        ==============
============== initializing database system           ==============
============== starting postmaster                    ==============
running on port 65432 with pid 29043
============== creating database "regression"         ==============
CREATE DATABASE
============== installing PL/pgSQL                    ==============
============== running regression test queries        ==============
parallel group (13 tests):  boolean varchar int8 numeric text int4 char oid int2 float4 name float8 bit
     boolean              ... FAILED
     char                 ... ok
     name                 ... ok
     varchar              ... FAILED
     text                 ... ok
     int2                 ... FAILED
     int4                 ... FAILED
     int8                 ... FAILED
     oid                  ... ok
     float4               ... ok
     float8               ... FAILED
     bit                  ... ok
     numeric              ... FAILED
test strings              ... FAILED
test numerology           ... ok
parallel group (18 tests):  box type_sanity point abstime tinterval interval reltime inet oidjoins path comments timestamp date circle time lseg polygon opr_sanity
     point                ... ok
     lseg                 ... ok
     box                  ... FAILED
     path                 ... FAILED
     polygon              ... ok
     circle               ... FAILED
     date                 ... FAILED
     time                 ... FAILED
     timestamp            ... FAILED
     interval             ... FAILED
     abstime              ... FAILED
     reltime              ... ok
     tinterval            ... FAILED
     inet                 ... ok
     comments             ... FAILED
     oidjoins             ... FAILED
     type_sanity          ... FAILED
     opr_sanity           ... ok
test geometry             ... FAILED
test horology             ... FAILED
test create_function_1    ... ok
test create_type          ... ok
test create_table         ... ok
test create_function_2    ... ok
test copy                 ... ok
parallel group (7 tests):  inherit create_aggregate create_operator triggers create_misc constraints create_index
     constraints          ... ok
     triggers             ... ok
     create_misc          ... ok
     create_aggregate     ... ok
     create_operator      ... ok
     create_index         ... ok
     inherit              ... FAILED
test create_view          ... ok
test sanity_check         ... FAILED
test errors               ... ok
test select               ... ok
parallel group (16 tests):  random union select_distinct select_into arrays portals transactions select_distinct_on select_having subselect select_implicit aggregates case join btree_index hash_index
     select_into          ... ok
     select_distinct      ... FAILED
     select_distinct_on   ... ok
     select_implicit      ... ok
     select_having        ... ok
     subselect            ... FAILED
     union                ... FAILED
     case                 ... ok
     join                 ... ok
     aggregates           ... ok
     transactions         ... FAILED
     random               ... failed (ignored)
     portals              ... FAILED
     arrays               ... FAILED
     btree_index          ... ok
     hash_index           ... ok
test misc                 ... FAILED
parallel group (5 tests):  portals_p2 select_views alter_table foreign_key rules
     select_views         ... ok
     alter_table          ... ok
     portals_p2           ... ok
     rules                ... ok
     foreign_key          ... ok
parallel group (3 tests):  temp limit plpgsql
     limit                ... ok
     plpgsql              ... ok
     temp                 ... ok
============== shutting down postmaster               ==============

==================================================
 31 of 76 tests failed, 1 failed test(s) ignored.
==================================================

The differences that caused some tests to fail can be viewed in the
file `./regression.diffs'.  A copy of the test summary that you see
above is saved in the file `./regression.out'.

gmake[2]: *** [check] Error 1
gmake[2]: Leaving directory `/home/bpalmer/PG7.1/postgresql-snapshot/src/test/regress'
gmake[1]: *** [check] Error 2
gmake[1]: Leaving directory `/home/bpalmer/PG7.1/postgresql-snapshot/src/test'
gmake: *** [check] Error 2



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b. palmer,  bpalmer(at)crimelabs(dot)net
pgp:  www.crimelabs.net/bpalmer.pgp5




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