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From: michael dot peppler at bnpparibas dot com
Subject: Re: issues with Sybase::BLK
Date: Aug 19 2005 8:40AM

Well - that probably means that your LD_LIBRARY_PATH variable is now set 
to a different directory, one where the libblk.a file doesn't exist, or 
that you're picking up a different version of Sybase::CTlib due to a 
different PATH setting.


Internet - 18/08/2005 20:49
Sent by:
To:     mpeppler
cc:     sybperl-l
Subject:        Re: issues with Sybase::BLK

I couldn't connect via isql -- but I reloaded my .profile and can now
connect to isql fine from the shell.  However, I tried rerunning my script
after loading .profile, and now I get the same blk_alloc error I started
out with, fatal: relocation error: file
 symbol blk_alloc: referenced symbol not found

I have been running the same shell all day (no new logins) during my
testing.  I have verified with our DBAs that all the Sybase paths and
variables referenced in .profile are correct.


Charles Mire
Programmer Analyst
ph. 972.364.8132

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On Thu, 2005-08-18 at 10:24 -0500, wrote:
> O.k. -- we got the library from one of our other servers and that
> the blk_alloc issue.
> Now I've got a new issue when calling the method 'config' for
> Open Client Message:
> Message number: LAYER = (6) ORIGIN = (8) SEVERITY = (5) NUMBER = (1)
> Message String: ct_connect(): directory service layer: internal 
> control layer error: There was an error encountered while binding to the
> directory service.

Hmmm - can you use isql from the same shell?

Michael Peppler  -  -
Sybase DBA/Developer
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