Alexey Pechnikov wrote:
So AOL 4.5 doesn't work with exec and may be nspostgres. And gettimeofday
system call is produce segfault too:
I run both Uptime and Myturl, which abuses nspostgres, exec, and various
other fun bits of AOLserver and TCL ( in addition to the abuse my sad
programming skills inflect on anything ). Aolserver 4.5 places nice
with all of them. Debian is my main server platform, while I do my dev
work for both web services on OpenSUSE ( running on an AMD64 ). I have
seen none of the problems you have mentioned.
Sorry, if I missed how you installed AOLserver and the various bits but
did you install from a repository, build from source ? What steps did
you follow? How are you starting AOLserver, are you setting anything
like LD_LIBRARY_PATH, PATH, etc. in your startup script?
It seems your problem is in how AOLserver was installed and not a
specific problem in AOLserver itself.
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