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I have built and run "gmake check" on OpenBSD 2.8-stable (i386) and all
appears well. I tried a cursury glance through the docs to see if there was
a suitable place and instructions for regression tests, but I found none.

Anyone want them ?

I would like to see OpenBSD in the supported platforms list.

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  • Thomas Lockhart at Mar 27, 2001 at 2:52 pm

    I have built and run "gmake check" on OpenBSD 2.8-stable (i386) and all
    appears well. I tried a cursury glance through the docs to see if there was
    a suitable place and instructions for regression tests, but I found none.
    Anyone want them ? Yes!
    I would like to see OpenBSD in the supported platforms list.
    It is there for the upcoming release, as of a few days ago. But
    confirmation that it works for more than one tester is very important,
    so thanks for the report.

    - Thomas
  • Peter Galbavy at Mar 27, 2001 at 3:09 pm

    It is there for the upcoming release, as of a few days ago. But
    confirmation that it works for more than one tester is very important,
    so thanks for the report.
    You are welcome. On thinking about it, the only slight problem was that the
    default max procs per user (64) was too few and I had to up it to 128 for
    the "gmake check" to complete.

    I may be able to test OpenBSD/sparc but only after the 7.1 release - what I
    mean is more than a few weeks.

    Peter
  • Thomas Lockhart at Mar 27, 2001 at 3:39 pm

    You are welcome. On thinking about it, the only slight problem was that the
    default max procs per user (64) was too few and I had to up it to 128 for
    the "gmake check" to complete.
    That is in the "tuning" category, so I won't bother mentioning it in the
    one liner summary.
    I may be able to test OpenBSD/sparc but only after the 7.1 release - what I
    mean is more than a few weeks.
    Great! Do you happen to know anyone who could test earlier? Just asking;
    at this time of the release cycle I get unreasonably focused on getting
    our "platform scorecard" higher ;)

    - Thomas
  • Peter Eisentraut at Mar 27, 2001 at 4:34 pm

    Peter Galbavy writes:

    You are welcome. On thinking about it, the only slight problem was that the
    default max procs per user (64) was too few and I had to up it to 128 for
    the "gmake check" to complete.
    There is some documentation about this here

    http://www.postgresql.org/devel-corner/docs/postgres/kernel-resources.html#AEN12974

    but I can see how this could be hard to find offhand.

    --
    Peter Eisentraut peter_e@gmx.net http://yi.org/peter-e/

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