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[Update] Re: program fails on debian, runs on redhat



For those of you that are not aware of my problem, see below.

I have taken the risk of trashing the redhat system by copying the
following libraries from my debian system.

libc
libm
libdl
libtcl

I ran ldconfig after copying the [more recent debian] libraries to the
redhat system. I also removed any aout libraries that may have been on the
redhat system with the above list.

The dbtest program still runs on the redhat system. SleepyCat Software has
informed me that the regression test program runs on  
BSD/OS
FreeBSD
RedHat Linux and
Slackware

I am testing the new database library from SleepyCat Software, available
which provides routines found in libdb-1.85, plus locking and
transactions. 

Can anyone provides some ideas? I would like to communicate with anyone
who tries to run these tests with this software.

Upon futher checking, here are the differences in a couple of libs:
Both machines have tcl7.6
  
Debian (1.3.1)                          RedHat (4.2 Biltmore)
/lib/libc.so.5.4.33                     /lib/libc.so.5.3.12
/lib/libdl.so.1.8.10                    /lib/libdl.so.1.7.14
/lib/libm.so.5.0.9                      /lib/libm.so.5.0.6
 
Running the regression test program(dbtest) all tests pass except for the
deadlock test (within dbtest, r dead)

This is the debian box:
dbtest
% r dead
Dead001: Deadlock detector tests
        Dead001.a: creating environment
        Dead001: 2 procs of test ring
All processes have exited.
FAIL:13:11:07 (00:00:00) ring:2:deadlocks: expected 1, got 0
%

This is the redhat box:
dbtest
% r dead
Dead001: Deadlock detector tests
        Dead001.a: creating environment
        Dead001: 2 procs of test ring
13:15:11 (00:00:00) processes running: 10832 10833
All processes have exited.
        Dead001: 4 procs of test ring
13:15:18 (00:00:07) processes running: 10841 10842 10843 10844
13:15:24 (00:00:06) processes running: 10842
All processes have exited.
        Dead001: 10 procs of test ring
13:15:34 (00:00:10) processes running: 10869 10870 10871 10872 10876 10879
10880 10881 10882 10887
All processes have exited.
        Dead001: 2 procs of test clump
13:15:42 (00:00:08) processes running: 10922 10923
All processes have exited.
        Dead001: 4 procs of test clump
13:15:48 (00:00:06) processes running: 10931 10932 10933 10934
13:15:54 (00:00:06) processes running: 10933 10934
All processes have exited.
        Dead001: 10 procs of test clump
13:16:04 (00:00:10) processes running: 10960 10962 10964 10965 10970 10972
10973 10974 10975 10976
13:16:11 (00:00:07) processes running: 10964 10965 10973 10976
All processes have exited.
Dead002: Deadlock detector tests
        Dead002.a: creating environment
        Dead002: 2 procs of test ring
13:16:21 (00:00:10) processes running: 11045 11047
All processes have exited.
        Dead002: 4 procs of test ring
13:16:28 (00:00:07) processes running: 11059 11062 11065 11068
All processes have exited.
        Dead002: 10 procs of test ring
13:16:37 (00:00:09) processes running: 11087 11088 11089 11090 11091 11096
11097 11099 11100 11105
13:16:44 (00:00:07) processes running: 11087 11099
All processes have exited.
        Dead002: 2 procs of test clump
13:16:52 (00:00:08) processes running: 11157 11158
All processes have exited.
        Dead002: 4 procs of test clump
13:16:59 (00:00:07) processes running: 11166 11167 11168 11169
All processes have exited.
        Dead002: 10 procs of test clump
13:17:08 (00:00:09) processes running: 11190 11192 11193 11194 11195 11196
11201 11202 11204 11205
All processes have exited.
%

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Walter L. Preuninger II                        waldo @ irc.wasteland.org:#unix
walterp@rapidramp.com                         http://www.rapidramp.com/~walterp
 
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