Justin, > We determined what the issue was with our installation. > > We discovered that the configure script is not checking for "long long" > and therefore not adding -qlonglong as a necessary CFLAG for the rpc > makefile on AIX 5.3. Interesting. The LDM package doesn't use the "long long" type, so there's no reason to check for it. I suspect that the problem lies with the compilation environment (e.g., some genera-purpose header files require "long long" support but the compiler doesn't have that turned on by default. What does the c89(1) manual page say about the "-qlonglong" option (I don't have access to that page from here). > It was necessary for /usr/include/sys/ras.h What's the <sys/ras.h> header-file for? Who's including it? > In $LDMHOME/src/rpc/makefile we modified the line: > > CFLAGS = -qmaxmem=4096 -O -q64 > > to: > > CFLAGS = -qmaxmem=4096 -O -q64 -qlonglong > > And compilation was successful. > > Also, do you remember the email I sent last month about the number of > arguments allowed by pqact? It was ticket [LDM #GPE-962059], you > determined that pqact limits the number of arguments to 14 and were > going to up it in a future release. Our decoder group has asked when a > new version of LDM is expected that will allow for more variables, do > you have an estimate? The number of arguments in a pqact(1) EXEC and PIPE entry has been dramatically increased. I'll go to the relevant ticket and send you the details. > Thanks, > > Justin Regards, Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: LHS-201108 Department: Support LDM Priority: Normal Status: On Hold
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