Robert Lor wrote:
> The user needs to have the flexibility to build a 32 bit PG binary
> even when he run the 64 bit kernel. If I understand you correctly,
> your suggestion will not allow a 32 bit binary to be built on a 64
> bit OS.

I'm not sure about the context.  How do you control whether the 
PostgreSQL binaries you are about to build end up 32 bit or 64 bit?  
Presumably there is some default, and you switch it using CFLAGS or 
LDFLAGS.  Then it would make sense to let dtrace be controled by 
DTRACE_FLAGS or some such.  But what does dtrace do if no flag at all 
is given?

Peter Eisentraut

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