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From "Felipe de Jesús Molina Bravo" <fjmolinabr...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Sleepycat::DbXml problem "httpd: symbol lookup error"
Date Mon, 13 Oct 2008 14:46:43 GMT
2008/10/11 Fred Moyer <fred@silverliningnetworks.com>

> Felipe de Jesús Molina Bravo wrote:
>
>>
>>
>         Try rebuilding apache and mod_perl - it may be trying to load a
>>        version of DbXML at runtime different than what it was built
>>        with.  I've seen similar problems in the past and rebuilding
>>        mp/httpd is usually a good fix after eliminating the duplicate
>> libs.
>>
>>
>>    thanks ... i did it,  but the problem continue... any idea?
>>
>>
>> maybe is important to say how  compile apache and modperl .... (it was
>> very difficult):
>>
>
> Can you try compiling mod_perl as a shared object?  Static module support
> for mp2 is not as well supported.
>
> perl Makefile.PL MP_APXS=/path/to/httpd/apxs



I will try it  .....

mmm.... maybe it is another thread... but I prefer static modper  for  the
next arguments:

1. I guess the static modperl is faster than dynamic .... I  know that
dynamic is more  maintainable that static;  for my aplication  i require
modperl more soon;
2. When modperl is dynamic i had some segment fault when i share objects at
the start of apache; when is static i don't have problem ... (maybe  i some
errors  in my code)

there are things that worry me:
1. In my linux distribution (gentoo) there are not any package with static
modperl
2. I see that most of the community uses modperl as dynamic ... maybe  is
it  a sign of die the static modperl?

what is the opinion of community ?


greetings

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