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From olivier.bl...@dgi.finances.gouv.fr
Subject Re: mp2 Apache2.0.49 on HPUX11i : mod_perl does not load in Apache
Date Thu, 06 May 2004 07:25:39 GMT
Stas Bekman <stas@stason.org>
05/05/2004 19:56

 
        Pour :  olivier.blanc@dgi.finances.gouv.fr
        cc :    mod_perl Mailing List <modperl@perl.apache.org>
        Objet : Re: mp2 Apache2.0.49 on HPUX11i : mod_perl does not load in Apache


>>>% nm modperl_bucket.o | grep modperl_bucket_sv_create
>>>000001e2 T modperl_bucket_sv_create
>> 
>> Here is the result : 
>> [37]     |                     0|      92|FUNC |GLOB |0| 
.text|modperl_bucket_sv_create

>Sorry, I'm not familiar with nm's output on your platform. What does 0 
mean? 
>That it's unresolved? What do you get for other symbols (just to 
compare), e.g.

>  nm mod_perl.a | grep modperl_callback

[root@w44h]:/var/tmp/apache_perl/modperl-2.0/src/modules/perl>  nm 
mod_perl.a | grep modperl_callback
[197]    |                     0|       0|FUNC |GLOB |0| 
UNDEF|modperl_callback_per_dir
[117]    |                     0|       0|FUNC |GLOB |0| 
UNDEF|modperl_callback_process
[59]     |                     0|       0|FUNC |GLOB |0| 
UNDEF|modperl_callback_per_dir
[94]     |                     0|       0|FUNC |GLOB |0| 
UNDEF|modperl_callback
Symbols from mod_perl.a[modperl_callback.o]:
[11]     |                     0|       8|OBJT |LOCAL|0| 
.rodata|S$158$modperl_callback
[32]     |                     0|    1852|FUNC |GLOB |0| 
.text|modperl_callback
[84]     |                     0|      68|FUNC |GLOB |0| 
.text|modperl_callback_connection
[87]     |                     0|      64|FUNC |GLOB |0| 
.text|modperl_callback_files
[82]     |                     0|      68|FUNC |GLOB |0| 
.text|modperl_callback_per_dir
[83]     |                     0|      68|FUNC |GLOB |0| 
.text|modperl_callback_per_srv
[85]     |                     0|      68|FUNC |GLOB |0| 
.text|modperl_callback_pre_connection
[86]     |                     0|      68|FUNC |GLOB |0| 
.text|modperl_callback_process
[64]     |                     0|    1316|FUNC |GLOB |0| 
.text|modperl_callback_run_handlers
[66]     |                     0|       0|FUNC |GLOB |0| 
UNDEF|modperl_callback
[38]     |                     0|       0|FUNC |GLOB |0| 
UNDEF|modperl_callback_connection
[56]     |                     0|       0|FUNC |GLOB |0| 
UNDEF|modperl_callback_files
[44]     |                     0|       0|FUNC |GLOB |0| 
UNDEF|modperl_callback_per_dir
[52]     |                     0|       0|FUNC |GLOB |0| 
UNDEF|modperl_callback_per_srv
[42]     |                     0|       0|FUNC |GLOB |0| 
UNDEF|modperl_callback_pre_connection
[40]     |                     0|       0|FUNC |GLOB |0| 
UNDEF|modperl_callback_process

Here is a part of man nm
    Default Output Format - 64 bit
      If the default (neither the -p nor the -P option) output format is
      specified, each symbol has the following columns, separated by
      vertical bars (|).  The default for numbers is decimal (-d or -t d).
 
      If decimal:
 
           "[%u]%s|%22llu|%8u|%s|%s|%1d|%s|%s",
              index, value, size, type, bind, O, shndx, name
 
      If octal:
 
           "[%u]%s|%022llo|%010o|%s|%s|%1o|%s|%s",
              index, value, size, type, bind, O, shndx, name
 
      If hexadecimal:
 
           "[%u]%s|0x%016llx|0x%08x|%s|%s|%1x|%s|%s",
              index, value, size, type, bind, O, shndx, name
 
      The descriptions are explained below:
 
           name           The name of the symbol.
 
           value          Its value expressed as an offset or an address
                          depending on its storage class.
 
           scope          The scope of the symbol (external, sdef, static,
                          or undefined).  The sdef scope indicates an
                          external symbol that is flagged as a secondary
                          definition.
           type           The type of the symbol (absolute, arg_ext, code,
                          data, entry, milli_ext, millicode, module, null,
                          oct_dis, plabel, pri_prog, sec_prog, storage,
                          stub, sym_ext, tstor).
 
           subspace       The subspace to which the symbol belongs.
 
           bind           Specifies the symbol binding type (local, weak,
                          global).
 
           O              This field is used for files that have large
                          section tables (>65K sections).  For smaller
                          files, the value of this field is 0.
 
           Shndx          Identifies the index of the section that the
                          symbol belongs to.
 
           Identifies the index of the symbol in the symbol table.


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