[GE users] LD_LIBRARY_PATH network issues

Alan Barclay barclay at rtda.com
Wed Sep 29 21:40:18 BST 2004


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One caveat here is that before you touch anything to do with the
std C library, be sure you have /sbin/sash installed on your system
so that you can recover in the event that the regular system cmds
do not work because ldconfig changed the link to point to an incompatible
library version.

Göran Uddeborg wrote:

>Andy Schwierskott writes:
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>>I see the point but I also see that Linux has a very complex logic here.
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>>Are there some means of registering the SGE shared libs with the system that
>>it gets registered in /etc/ld.so.cache to get rid of.
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>Well, you can put a directory in /etc/ld.so.conf, and rerun ldconfig.
>It's something like that you mean, right?
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