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From: michael dot x dot peppler at jpmchase dot com
Subject: Re: ct_con_alloc failed / Apache / FastCGI / DBD::Sybase
Date: Feb 15 2008 11:13AM
Try to disable the RTLD_GLOBAL flag for the dynamic loader. In
DBD::Sybase's Sybase.pm around line 35 force the dl_load_flags() sub to
always return 0 and see if it helps.
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Re: ct_con_alloc failed / Apache / FastCGI / DBD::Sybase
> I think this list is a reasonable place to ask this question :-)
> The error indicates that the Sybase OpenClient code can't allocate a new
> connection handle. This can be due to memory issues, but more likely
> there is some issue in the fastcgi setup where the Sybase OpenClient
> code gets confused.
> Which version of DBD::Sybase are you using?
I am currently using DBD::Sybase version 1.08.
Concerning FastCGI, I just followed the instruction for its
installation from the INSTALL file...Weird behavior tho!
BTW, I tested with mod_perl 2.x and it works fine.
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