BTW, the buildfarm is still crashing on ia64 and sparc64 members. I believe this is the same problem addressed in 84ad68d64 for pageinspect's GIN functions, to wit, the payload of a "bytea" is not maxaligned, so machines that care about alignment won't be happy when trying to fetch 64-bit values out of a bytea page image.
Clearly, the fix should be to start using the get_page_from_raw() function that Peter introduced in that patch. But it's static in ginfuncs.c, which I thought was a mistake at the time, and it's proven so now. contrib/pageinspect actually seems to lack *any* infrastructure for sharing functions across modules. It's time to remedy that. I propose inventing "pageinspect.h" to hold commonly visible declarations, and moving get_page_from_raw() into rawpage.c, which seems like a reasonably natural home for it. (Alternatively, we could invent a pageinspect.c file to hold utility functions, but that might be overkill.) regards, tom lane -- Sent via pgsql-hackers mailing list (firstname.lastname@example.org) To make changes to your subscription: http://www.postgresql.org/mailpref/pgsql-hackers