I saw systemd 252 release notes:

Private shared libraries (libsystemd-shared-nnn.so,
libsystemd-core-nnn.so) are now installed into arch-specific
directories to allow multi-arch installs.

  I don't know if that is related, but in RHEL 9.2/9.3, "ldd" result like below:

> ldd /usr/lib64/systemd/libsystemd-core-252.so
        linux-vdso.so.1 (0x00007ffed6708000)
        libsystemd-shared-252.so => not found

it seems other distributions(debian,suse) are in the same situation.
it will cause utilities like ReaR(relax and recover) failed to find
the libraries. I don't know the reason behind the design. should the
situation fixed by systemd, by os distribution, or the utility need to
handle that itself?

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