Jan Wieck wrote: > What exactly did you test? If it is the PeerDirect Beta version of > PostgreSQL for Windows named UltraSQL, please know that thus far there > has to my knowledge not been an offical, supported release of UltraSQL > yet - and since the company eliminated the group working on that port, I > doubt there ever will.
I tested the binary released version and my own compiled version. I have been trying to compile the version that is patched to the latest official release but so far I've been having trouble getting that compiled. > > PeerDirect tried to contribute the Win32 port portion of their work to > the open source project. The PostgreSQL global development team has not > yet made any final decision if or what parts of that code will or will > not become part of the regular PostgreSQL distribution. > > So ... YOU DO NOT USE ANYTHING OFFICIALLY SUPPORTED BY US!!! > > Could you therefore calm down, stop shouting, comb your hair, get the > sources of the current work in progress and send in your > complains/suggestions in context diff format? Sorry, I didn't mean to offend. My understanding is that the UltraSQL patches are likely to go into general release when the source goes 7.4/8.0. There is at least one show-stopping bug which I believe is related to the shared memory emulation. I am almost 100% sure that the bug is in the win32 side and if still present will carry over to the latest release. I offered to help find and catch it: but before I spend the time to do that I'd like to at least know if the problem has already been addressed. I was responding to the call for capable developers to help test upcoming patch, posted on this very list about two weeks ago. I'm not asking for support but trying to help. Sorry to bother, Merlin ---------------------------(end of broadcast)--------------------------- TIP 4: Don't 'kill -9' the postmaster