Re: Craig Ringer 2014-07-02 <53b39638.9010...@2ndquadrant.com> > > +1. The buildfarm has one such member already, anchovy, and I recall it > > having given at least one helpful forewarning. It shows as "Arch Linux > > testing [updated daily]", which is sufficient annotation for me. Its > > failure > > rate has been low; member-caused failures due to ENOSPC and other miscellany > > are a good deal more common. > > Yep - I see early notice of new gcc "special" behaviour, etc as quite > valuable. > > If we're dubious about a result, we wait a few days and see if it goes > away on its own.
I was looking at the zoo some time ago and was surprised there's only a single animal running Debian unstable/testing - and that's on ia64 which Debian killed some months ago because no one seemed to care enough about maintaining the toolchain. Is this because unstable/testing are considered rolling releases? (On a second look, dugong seems to be running etch/4.0, which is... old.) My plan was to set up two animals, amd64 and i386, using the compiler flags we are using for the Debian packages, though I was still waiting for a VM in a soon-to-be-there cluster at credativ. That would have catched the ASLR problems we discussed some weeks ago quite early, I guess. Does it make sense to look into setting up that target? Christoph -- c...@df7cb.de | http://www.df7cb.de/ -- Sent via pgsql-hackers mailing list (firstname.lastname@example.org) To make changes to your subscription: http://www.postgresql.org/mailpref/pgsql-hackers