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Re: make error: set_malloc
Thank you Vincent & Pierangelo,
In that case, could I know which version of BerkeleyDB should I use with
the latest OpenLDAP and what are the appropriate patches to apply? Sorry,
but it's my first time with openldap (release 2.0.11).
Thank you very much,
On Fri, 17 Aug 2001, you wrote:
> Vincent Bonamy wrote:
> > Pierangelo Masarati wrote:
> > > Rachel Chew wrote:
> > > > What could be the problem with 'set_malloc'. Please reply soon.
> > Thank you very
> > > > much.
> > >
> > > Check the archives and the ITS system. You cannot
> > > use 3.3.11 with OpenLDAP yet.
> > I think not, I think you can. You should replace set_malloc with
> > set_alloc.
> > See in the doc of sleepycat !!
> I mean: not as is. However, while set_malloc simply set the "malloc"
> routine, the set:alloc requires one to set simultaneously the "malloc",
> "realloc" and "free" routines. So the change is a bit more complicated,
> and as OpenLDAP may use internal memory allocation code, it is not
> as straightforward as you may assume.
> Dr. Pierangelo Masarati mailto:email@example.com
> Developer, SysNet s.n.c. http://www.sys-net.it