Tom Lane wrote:

I see one occurrence in the 8.1 branch on hyena, but the failure
probability seems to have jumped way up in HEAD since we put in the
C-coded pg_regress.  This lends weight to the idea that it's a
timing-related issue, because pg_regress.c is presumably much faster
at forking off a parallel gang of psqls than the shell script was;
and it's hard to see what else about the pg_regress change could be
affecting the psqls' ability to connect once forked.

We probably need to get some Solaris experts involved in diagnosing
what's happening.  Judging by the buildfarm results you should be able
to replicate it fairly easily by doing "make installcheck-parallel"

I will refer this to those experts - my Solaris-fu is a tad rusty these days.



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