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I have probably exhausted everyone with my questions about segmentation faults and redhat 9.0 now I find out that the database executable are statically compiled(?) and that that may be the problem with redhat 9.0. If so is there any solution? Alex...

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    Default static vs dynamic compiled versions of programs redhat 9.0 segmentation fault

    I have probably exhausted everyone with my questions about segmentation
    faults and redhat 9.0
    now I find out that the database executable are statically compiled(?) and
    that that may be the problem with redhat 9.0. If so is there any solution?

    Alex


    alex Guest

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    Default Re: static vs dynamic compiled versions of programs redhat 9.0 segmentationfault

    alex wrote:
    > I have probably exhausted everyone with my questions about segmentation
    > faults and redhat 9.0
    > now I find out that the database executable are statically compiled(?) and
    > that that may be the problem with redhat 9.0. If so is there any solution?
    >
    > Alex
    >
    >
    try:

    ldd database_executable_name

    What, if any libraries are displayed?


    Ken Prox Guest

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    Default Re: static vs dynamic compiled versions of programs redhat 9.0 segmentation fault

    Came back with do dynamic links
    Alex

    "Ken Prox" <kproxwwnet.net> wrote in message
    news:1059135670.486742monkey.home.local.net...
    > alex wrote:
    > > I have probably exhausted everyone with my questions about segmentation
    > > faults and redhat 9.0
    > > now I find out that the database executable are statically compiled(?)
    and
    > > that that may be the problem with redhat 9.0. If so is there any
    solution?
    > >
    > > Alex
    > >
    > >
    >
    > try:
    >
    > ldd database_executable_name
    >
    > What, if any libraries are displayed?
    >
    >

    alex Guest

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    Default Re: static vs dynamic compiled versions of programs redhat 9.0 segmentation fault

    sorry that should be "no" dynamic links
    Alex
    "alex" <jalexsalianssatx.rr.com> wrote in message
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    > Came back with do dynamic links
    > Alex
    >
    > "Ken Prox" <kproxwwnet.net> wrote in message
    > news:1059135670.486742monkey.home.local.net...
    > > alex wrote:
    > > > I have probably exhausted everyone with my questions about
    segmentation
    > > > faults and redhat 9.0
    > > > now I find out that the database executable are statically compiled(?)
    > and
    > > > that that may be the problem with redhat 9.0. If so is there any
    > solution?
    > > >
    > > > Alex
    > > >
    > > >
    > >
    > > try:
    > >
    > > ldd database_executable_name
    > >
    > > What, if any libraries are displayed?
    > >
    > >
    >
    >

    alex Guest

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    Default Re: static vs dynamic compiled versions of programs redhat 9.0segmentation fault

    alex wrote:
    >
    > I have probably exhausted everyone with my questions about segmentation
    > faults and redhat 9.0
    > now I find out that the database executable are statically compiled(?) and
    > that that may be the problem with redhat 9.0. If so is there any solution?
    Moving a statically linked program between any RedHat versions from 7.1
    to 9 should not cause any problems. Dynamically linked programs are more
    problematic to move. Try tracing the program with strace.

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