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From: abe dot crabtree at citicorp dot com
Subject: FW: Re: sybase 12 libs on HP-UX
Date: Nov 14 2001 9:36AM
Thanks for your answer.
I should have sent a further message. It was a dynamic loading problem.
sybperl links to sybase shared libraries that require libc.
This can work because perl is built with libc as a shared library, and the
symbol will be resolved from there.
The reason I didn't get it is that our build of perl is getting old, and had
the last version of libc, which is slightly different.
On HP-UX one can see this by use of the chatr command, which reported libc.1
for our version of perl. /usr/lib/libc.sl is linked to the current version,
I spent a bit of time trying to link libc to sybperl (before I understood the
above,) and this produces other problems: libc has thread local storage, and
such shared libraries simply cannot be loaded at runtime by shl_load.
It looks as if I have to rebuild perl, unless you have any better ideas (I have
built it and proved the problem informally.) I don't quite like the idea of
static linking sybperl, so that perl has libc.1 and sybperl has libc2. This
sounds unconventional and perhaps difficult. I'd think we'd need to regression
test about the same whether we build sybperl only, or both sybperl and perl.
Thanks very much for your help. If you have any other thoughts I'd be glad to
From: mpeppler [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: 13 November 2001 21:08
Subject: Re: sybase 12 libs on HP-UX
Abe Crabtree writes:
> Has anyone found anything further out about this?
> I get the _DINFINITY problem:
> PERL_DL_NONLAZY=1 /usr/bin/perl -I.././blib/arch -I.././blib/lib
> -I/opt/perl5/lib/PA-RISC1.1/5.00404 -I/opt/perl5/lib -e 'us
> e Test::Harness qw(&runtests $verbose); $verbose=0; runtests @ARGV;'
> t/ctlib............./usr/lib/dld.sl: Unresolved symbol: _DINFINITY
> (data) from /opt/sybase/r1200_9266/OCS-12_0/lib/libcomn.sl
> Can't load '.././blib/arch/auto/Sybase/CTlib/CTlib.sl' for module
> Sybase::CTlib: No such file or directory at /opt/perl5/lib/PA-RISC
> 1.1/5.00404/DynaLoader.pm line 166.
> I know libm is in there:
Have you tried building something like sqsh to see if it's dynamic
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