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RE: back_ldap.so.2: undefined symbol: rewrite_info_init

> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-openldap-software@OpenLDAP.org
> [mailto:owner-openldap-software@OpenLDAP.org]On Behalf Of Lank, Tim

> I configured OpenLDAP v2.1.29 with the following command:
> configure --enable-modules --enable-ldap --enable-rewrite 
> --with-ldap-module=dynamic
> make depend
> make
> make install
> When I try and uncomment the lines:
> modulepath     /usr/local/libexec/openldap
> moduleload     back_ldap.la
> and then start up the slapd it gives the following:
> back_ldap.so.2: undefined symbol: rewrite_info_init
> Does anybody know how to get around this exactly?

Add librewrite to the libraries that get linked into back_ldap. This whole
situation is messy because librewrite is only built as a static library, and
not all platforms allow static code to be linked into dynamic objects.

Alternatively, when libtool is doing its job correctly, and slapd gets linked
with the -dlopen-self option, slapd should automatically bring in and provide
the librewrite functions. Seems like that didn't happen this time, and you
didn't mention what OS you're using. Probably the support for your OS is
broken in libtool 1.4.3.

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