On Friday 23 June 2006 14:30, Andrew Dunstan wrote:
> Tom Lane wrote:
> > Andrew Dunstan <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> >> There are several supported platforms not represented on the buildfarm -
> >> e.g. the one HPUX member has never actually reported any results.
> >
> > Yeah, and this is not a good thing.  Eventually I'd like to get to a
> > point where every platform we consider "supported" has regular buildfarm
> > reports.  No more calls for port reports during beta periods --- beta
> > work should focus on functionality testing, not getting it to build.
> Then people who have access to people who own or can provide access to
> machines in classes not covered need to do a bit of begging ;-)
> The requirements are (deliberately) very modest:
> OS and toolset required to build postgres from CVS
> A modern perl installation (>=5.6 is adequate)
> Anonymous read access to a CVS repository - either the one at
> postgresql.org or a replica
> Outbound HTTP port 80 access to www.pgbuildfarm.org, possibly via a proxy.
> Once it is set up it is close to hands free - you just set up the cron
> job(s) or equivalent.


wasn't someone just trying to donate a machine to us for the website but we 
weren't sure what to do with it?  One that could do VM's?  Seems we could use 
that for some buildfarm members maybe. 

Robert Treat
Build A Brighter Lamp :: Linux Apache {middleware} PostgreSQL

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