Sorry for top-posting -- phone mail client sucks.
I thought the autoconf ac_run_check was the test that people were
questioning. That calls posix_fadvise to see if it crashes at
The guc run-time check is checking for known-buggy versions of glibc
using sysconf to check what version of glibc you have.
On 1 Jan 2009, at 23:11, "Robert Haas" <robertmhaas(at)gmail(dot)com> wrote:
>> Now that there's an actual run-time sysconf check for the buggy
>> glibc called
>> by the guc function we arguably don't need the autoconf check_run
>> anymore anyways.
> Isn't that the check I just removed for you, or are you talking about
> some other check that can also be removed?
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