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Re: Rép. : Re: problem to download datas in database berkeley 4.4
So i need to change the line #define REPLACE_BROKEN_YIELD 1 by "#define
do a ./configure, then make depend make and install ?
>>> Tony Earnshaw <email@example.com> 01/17 2:50 >>>
Eudes LEDUCQ wrote:
> Yes I' m using linux RedHat entreprise 3.
> but, what I must do ?
Well, what I did (thanks for the tip, Quanah :) was to do 'configure'
the OL source code, note the output, find include/portability.h, vi it,
look for "BROKEN_YIELD", find "#define REPLACE_BROKEN_YIELD 1" and
change it to 0. Then make depend, make.
Dunno if that's what Quanah meant, I presume so.
Me RHAS4, Mandriva's Buchan's OL 2.3 spec, so actually I put an extra
'sed -i' line into the spec file, just after the end of the
>>>> Quanah Gibson-Mount <firstname.lastname@example.org> 01/16 10:37 >>>
> --On Monday, January 16, 2006 9:18 AM +0100 Eudes LEDUCQ
>> I have solved my problem. I have reinstalled Berkeley DB and then
>> openLdap2.3.17 like the first time , but now it's work, sorry for
>> I have noted that openLdap2.3.17 is more slower than openLdap2.3.13
>> (last version I have tested):
> At a guess you are using Linux, and portable.h has the BROKEN_YIELD
> defined. That will impact performance negatively.
> Quanah Gibson-Mount
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