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Compilation problem (unsupported instruction on processor?)

From: Mark Sales <marks(at)valiant(dot)inetsolve(dot)com>
To: pgsql-ports(at)postgreSQL(dot)org
Subject: Compilation problem (unsupported instruction on processor?)
Date: 1999-12-09 22:47:25
Message-ID: Pine.LNX.3.96.991209173534.17313A-100000@valiant.inetsolve.com (view raw or flat)
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Hi, 
  I was unable to compile postgresql on my system.  I have an IRIX
operating system on an SGI platform.  It occurred during the
compilation of s_lock.c.  The problem occurred as following: 

make[2]: Entering directory 
`/max/mark/src/postgresql-6.5.3/src/backend/storage' 

for i in buffer file ipc large_object lmgr page smgr; do make -C $i
SUBSYS.o; done

make[3]: Entering directory
`/max/mark/src/postgresql-6.5.3/src/backend/storage/buffer' 

gcc -I../../../include -I../../../backend -U_NO_XOPEN4 -Wall
-Wmissing-prototypes -I../..  -c s_lock.c -o s_lock.o 

s_lock.c: In function `s_lock': s_lock.c:74: warning: passing arg 1
discards `volatile' from pointer target type 
s_lock.c: At top level: 
s_lock.c:149: warning: `tas_dummy' defined but not used

/var/tmp/cca001na.s: Assembler messages: 

/var/tmp/cca001na.s:266: Warning:  Instruction not supported on this
processor

/var/tmp/cca001na.s:266:  Internal error! Assertion failure at targ-cpu.c
line 1478. 

Please report this bug. 

make[3]: *** [s_lock.o] Error 1

make[3]: Leaving directory
`/max/mark/src/postgresql-6.5.3/src/backend/storage/buffer'

Is there a relatively simple way for me to patch this up?  Thanks,
   -Mark

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Mark Allen Sales
UC Berkeley
Depts. of Physics & MCB
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