From: Charles Dale (bug_at_aphid.net)
Date: Thu 06 Nov 2003 - 02:03:14 GMT
OK thanks Enrico.
Fortunately there are only 2 RH9-included packages which require db4 -
libtabe ("Chinese lexicons library for xcin-2.5's bimsphone input method."
don't think I'll be needing that one) and XEmacs.
Should I be recompiling my glibc? It seems to be running alright at the
moment. Although I've got a fairly bare-bones install on the host server so
I wouldn't really know if there were problems in various apps.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: vserver-admin_at_daffy.hulpsystems.net
> [mailto:vserver-admin_at_daffy.hulpsystems.net] On Behalf Of
> Enrico Scholz
> Sent: Thursday, 6 November 2003 12:28 PM
> To: vserver_at_list.linux-vserver.org
> Subject: Re: [Vserver] Red Hat kernels (NPTL)
> bug_at_aphid.net ("Charles Dale") writes:
> >> Correct... that's assuming redhat9 uses NPTL, I'm pretty sure
> >> it does but somebody correct me if I'm wrong...
> > Yes the RH kernel's got NPTL, but I'm using RH9 with a
> vanilla kernel
> > fine here...
> > Anyone know which standards apps threads?
> db4 makes problems (which causes e.g. subversion to fail).
> Only solution is to recompile db4 (set 'nptlarchs' to
> 'noarch' on top of .spec-file).
> I am using a recompiled glibc also (same method like db4)
> with vanilla kernel and have not encountered any problems
> with other userspace programs.
>  https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=91933
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