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Re: Re: third call for platforms...

From: "Dominic J(dot) Eidson" <sauron(at)the-infinite(dot)org>
To: pgsql-hackers(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: Re: third call for platforms...
Date: 2001-03-30 20:20:17
Message-ID: Pine.LNX.4.21.0103301414400.15000-200000@morannon.the-infinite.org (view raw or flat)
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On Fri, 30 Mar 2001, Dominic J. Eidson wrote:

> I have a Cobalt 2.0.x MIPS box that is currently compiling the latest CVS
> of PostgreSQL ... I'll let you know in a few hours how it went.

Compiled fine, and passed all but the geometry regression test:

[root(at)web-cache regress]# more regression.out
test boolean              ... ok
test char                 ... ok
test name                 ... ok
test varchar              ... ok
test text                 ... ok
test int2                 ... ok
test int4                 ... ok
test int8                 ... ok
test oid                  ... ok
test float4               ... ok
test float8               ... ok
test bit                  ... ok
test numeric              ... ok
test strings              ... ok
test numerology           ... ok
test point                ... ok
test lseg                 ... ok
test box                  ... ok
test path                 ... ok
test polygon              ... ok
test circle               ... ok
test date                 ... ok
test time                 ... ok
test timestamp            ... ok
test interval             ... ok
test abstime              ... ok
test reltime              ... ok
test tinterval            ... ok
test inet                 ... ok
test comments             ... ok
test oidjoins             ... ok
test type_sanity          ... ok
test opr_sanity           ... ok
test geometry             ... FAILED
test horology             ... ok
test create_function_1    ... ok
test create_type          ... ok
test create_table         ... ok
test create_function_2    ... ok
test copy                 ... ok
test constraints          ... ok
test triggers             ... ok
test create_misc          ... ok
test create_aggregate     ... ok
test create_operator      ... ok
test create_index         ... ok
test inherit              ... ok
test create_view          ... ok
test sanity_check         ... ok
test errors               ... ok
test select               ... ok
test select_into          ... ok
test select_distinct      ... ok
test select_distinct_on   ... ok
test select_implicit      ... ok
test select_having        ... ok
test subselect            ... ok
test union                ... ok
test case                 ... ok
test join                 ... ok
test aggregates           ... ok
test transactions         ... ok
test random               ... ok
test portals              ... ok
test arrays               ... ok
test btree_index          ... ok
test hash_index           ... ok
test misc                 ... ok
test select_views         ... ok
test alter_table          ... ok
test portals_p2           ... ok
test rules                ... ok
test foreign_key          ... ok
test limit                ... ok
test plpgsql              ... ok
test temp                 ... ok

Attached, find the regression.diffs file.


-- 
Dominic J. Eidson
                                        "Baruk Khazad! Khazad ai-menu!" - Gimli
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