Alex Soto <apsoto(at)gmail(dot)com> writes:> Here's the section in the config.log in case it makes a difference
> configure:28808: ./conftest> Could not create file in /tmp or> Could not generate failure for create file in /tmp **> exiting> configure:28812: $? = 1> configure: program exited with status 1
[ greps... ] Oh, that error is coming from src/test/thread/thread_test.c.
I wonder why we have that trying to write to /tmp at all, when all theother transient junk generated by configure is in the current directory.Bruce, do you have a good reason for doing it that way?
(The error message seems to be suffering from a bad case of copy-and-paste-itis, too.)
regards, tom lane