Tom Lane wrote:

Andrew Dunstan <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

Tom Lane wrote:

What about the Cygwin port --- will it have the same issue? If so what
should we add?

No, Cygwin works OK - still have occasional issues with non-empty tablespaces, but not this issue. The Cygwin environment itself emulates unix sockets, I think that's the reason.

Hm --- have you checked it since I changed the script?

yes. See

port/cygwin.h claims that older versions of Cygwin don't have Unix
sockets, and there's a hack in pg_config_manual.h that sure looks like
it will disable HAVE_UNIX_SOCKETS on any Cygwin version.  I'm inclined
to think that pg_regress should play it safe and assume no Unix sockets
on Cygwin.

Mine is fairly up to date - fairly sure I ran an update in the last month or so, and it was only installed 6 months ago anyway.

I have no idea how far back you would have to go to be missing unix sockets. Several years I suspect.



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