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Re: Postgresql 8.0.1

same,  Do you think it's the hardware?  I wonder if a register is getting overwritten with normal processing but gdb is
somehow saving it.

---------- Original Message -----------
From: Grant Grundler <grundler@parisc-linux.org>
To: Jim Buttafuoco <jim@contactbda.com>
Cc: debian-hppa@lists.debian.org
Sent: Tue, 15 Mar 2005 09:36:26 -0700
Subject: Re: Postgresql 8.0.1

> On Tue, Mar 15, 2005 at 11:15:54AM -0500, Jim Buttafuoco wrote:
> > This is really strange.  If I run postgresql under gdb and break in
> > the float4div function then I get the correct answer.  If I remove
> > the break point then I get the wrong answer.
> > I am thinking I need to do the kernel upgrade you suggested.
> Yeah - the kernel you had was *really* old.
> I just want to rule out kernel FP-assist bugs.
> > My only question is which one.  whould I pick the 2.6.11-pa3 32 bit on.
> For the 710, that's sounds like the right one.
> > What does the pa0 - pa3 mean?
> We increment the -paN for every CVS commit and reset N to zero after
> merging the latest "release" tree from linus. That way it's easy to
> track which changes someone picked up from the parisc-linux CVS tree.
> grant
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