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Re: compile problem on solaris (ILD)
On Wed, 2004-09-29 at 15:09, Aaron Richton wrote:
> > LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/usr/local/lib:/usr/local/ssl/lib:/usr/local/BerkeleyDB.4.2/lib
> [eventually dies with]
> > ild: Fatal error -- Assertion failed: file
> > "../src/fault-intolerant-io.c" line 113 Exiting.
> This is a bit of a long shot, but I wonder if you might have something in
> /usr/local/lib or such that's interfering with one of the compiler
> binaries. I would try again with only the LDFLAGS set; they should be
> sufficient and will not impact your existing binaries (ie ild etc.) as
> LD_LIBRARY_PATH will.
thanks for the help however, this is not the problem. I've rerun the
compilation with only LDFLAGS and CPPFLAGS set with the same result.
> Apart from that, you seem to be in the same boat as ITS#785 with a Sun
> bug. There's a FAQ entry on point with workarounds:
trying now with --disable-debug set to see if that helps
> although personally, I'd try to get a reliable repro on a fully patched
> system and get an actual fix from Sun. (You do have the ild patches
> installed, yes?)
I've never had any problem compiling on Sun using various compilers so
it seems odd that it happens now with a fairly recent compiler (that
I've used before to compile OpenLDAP on different machines). I dont know
much about this sort of thing but are you sure its a Sun problem and not
--disable-debug didnt have any effect - in fact its still using -g so
guess I'll have to edit the Makefile.
> Finally, to keep this vaguely relevant to OpenLDAP: I have had success
> with OpenLDAP 2.2.17 using the Sun Studio 9 compiler (sparc).
what flags and configure options did you set?
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