On Fri, 23 Feb 2007, Zdenek Kotala wrote:

There is Solaris FAQ update. Please, look on it and let me know any comments.

Very minor grammatical nits aside, it looks fine to me.
Thanks for updating the FAQ!

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  6) Where I can download prepared Solaris packages?
  7) How can I tune PostgreSQL and Solaris for performance?
  8) Can I use DTrace for tracing PostgreSQL?
+ 9) Can I compile PostgreSQL with Kerberos v5 support?
  
  
  1) What tools do I need to build and install PostgreSQL on Solaris?
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  This is probably a case of the run-time linker being unable to find
  some library, probably libz, libreadline or some other non-standard
  library such as libssl.  To point it to the right location, set the
! LD_LIBRARY_PATH environment variable, e.g.,
  
! 	LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/usr/sfw/lib:/opt/sfw/lib:/usr/local/lib
! 	export LD_LIBRARY_PATH
  
! and restart configure.  You will also have to keep this setting whenever
! you run any of the installed PostgreSQL programs.   Alternatively, set
! the environment variable LD_RUN_PATH.  See the ld(1) man page for more
  information.
  
  
--- 73,84 ----
  This is probably a case of the run-time linker being unable to find
  some library, probably libz, libreadline or some other non-standard
  library such as libssl.  To point it to the right location, set the
! LDFLAGS environment variable, e.g.,
  
! 	LDFLAGS="-R /usr/sfw/lib:/opt/sfw/lib:/usr/local/lib"
! 	export LDFLAGS
  
! and restart configure. See the ld(1) man page for more
  information.
  
  
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  Yes, see the chapter "Monitoring Database Activity" in the documentation
  for further information.
  
+ You can also find more information here:
+ 
+ 	http://blogs.sun.com/robertlor/entry/user_level_dtrace_probes_in
+ 
  If you see the linking of the postgres executable abort with an error
  message like
  
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*** 157,164 ****
  	gmake: *** [postgres] Error 1
  
  your DTrace installation is too old to handle probes in static
! functions.  You need Solaris 10u3 or newer.
  
- You can also find more information here:
- 
- 	http://blogs.sun.com/robertlor/entry/user_level_dtrace_probes_in
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  	gmake: *** [postgres] Error 1
  
  your DTrace installation is too old to handle probes in static
! functions.  You need Solaris 10u4 or newer. Workaround is remove static
! keyword from AbortTransaction and CommitTransaction functions declaration in 
! src/backend/access/transam/xact.c.
! 
! See http://sunsolve.sun.com/search/document.do?assetkey=1-1-2139224-1
! (registration required).
! 
! 9) Can I compile PostgreSQL with Kerberos v5 support?
! 
! Kerberos is integrated in OpenSolaris and will be integrated in Solaris 10u4. GSS security
! mechanism contains internal Kerberos v5 library implementation which provide all necessary
! krb5 function. However, usage this library is only on own risk. It is private library
! and interface may change without notice.
  
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