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Re: OpenLDAP coredumps on startup (Solaris 10)
On Sat, Feb 14, 2009 at 7:40 AM, Howard Chu <email@example.com>
No. It's memory corruption because his Solaris libldap is calling into OpenLDAP's liblber. The only reliable solution is to remove Solaris libldap from the machine and rebuild nss_ldap using OpenLDAP's libraries.
Looks like you ran out of memory to me.
wouldn't LD_RUN=/my/openldap/lib or -R/my/openldap/lib options (for shared libraries) or -L/my/openldap/lib (for static libraries) options during compiling, normally be sufficient to force the shared library link path at runtime (shared libraries) or link the openssl library specifically at compile time (static libraries) to avoid the unrequested solaris library surplus ?
If somebody has a split administrative model, it can be very hard to twiddle with "stock" solaris, changing or removing the solaris LDAP may not be possible..