On 07/25/2017 01:41 PM, Tom Lane wrote:
> Andrew Dunstan <andrew.duns...@2ndquadrant.com> writes:
>> On 07/25/2017 11:25 AM, Tom Lane wrote:
>>> Oh.  So when was the last time it worked?  And why do the buildfarm
>>> archives contain apparently-successful log_stage entries for pg_ctl-check
>>> on jacana, up through yesterday when I looked?
>> There was a buildfarm bug, since corrected, which was not properly
>> picking up errors in a corner case. You will see the errors if you look
>> at all the logs for pg_ctl-check from 12 days back if they exist. The
>> last known actual good run of this test was 33 days ago, i.e. 2017-06-22
> Hm.  This failure presumably started with commit f13ea95f9, which
> introduced use of command_like() in the pg_ctl TAP test; but that
> didn't go in until 2017-06-28.  Was jacana not running in the
> interim?

Looks like not, possibly because one of the other machines on this box
was hung (probably lorikeet).

> Anyway, if we believe that it broke with f13ea95f9, hen it's plausible
> that CMD.EXE has been sharing pg_ctl's stdout/stderr all along, and we
> just had not noticed before.  Could you check what happens if we
> change the bInheritHandles parameter as I suggested upthread?

I'll try when I get all the animals caught up.



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