Matteo Beccati <p...@beccati.com> writes: > On 27/05/2014 15:52, Tom Lane wrote: >> Ah, cool. I had documented this option as only working for FreeBSD, >> but that's obviously too conservative. Anyone know about whether it >> works on OpenBSD?
> I've tried to google "man uuid openbsd" and I got the e2fs package > (which contains uuid/uuid.h and libuuid) instead of a man page, so I > believe that could be another use case for --with-linux-uuid. Yeah, googling led me to the same conclusion: e2fsprogs libuuid is definitely available for OpenBSD, but I found no evidence that it has the built-in UUID functions that FreeBSD/NetBSD have. > If it's confirmed to be working, that makes two BSD-derived systems > requiring "linux-uuid", so --with-e2fs-uuid or similar would be more > appropriate. Still don't like that name much, but maybe that's the best we can do. regards, tom lane -- Sent via pgsql-hackers mailing list (email@example.com) To make changes to your subscription: http://www.postgresql.org/mailpref/pgsql-hackers