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Re: Bug#850457: pspp 0.10.2-1 FTBS randomly

From: John Darrington
Subject: Re: Bug#850457: pspp 0.10.2-1 FTBS randomly
Date: Sat, 3 Jun 2017 14:10:18 +0200
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Hi Christoph,

On Sat, Jun 03, 2017 at 12:27:12PM +0200, Christoph Berg wrote:
     Re: John Darrington 2017-06-03 <address@hidden>
     > If I'm reading that log file correctly, the issue is simply that initdb 
is dumping that
     > message on stderr. Our test considers that a failure.  
     > This would seem to suggest a problem with debian's postgres package.
     this is not a PostgreSQL problem. Make sure the locale settings are
     valid in the build environment. (This is either a problem with the
     build daemon, or a problem with pspp's testsuite or debian/rules

Pspp's testsuite sets its environment to LC_ALL=C overriding anything which 
might have been
previously set.   This should ensure the locale is always valid shouldn't it?

I presume this error is one that has just recently arisen?  and so far as I'm 
aware, no uploads
of pspp have recently occured in Debian (am I right Frederich?)   If so, then I 
suggest that recent
changes to other entities are investigated. 

Or we can just ignore stderr by using the workaround  I suggested earlier.


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