Kassim, > its a 64bit system: > gisdev03[root] $ bootinfo -y > 64 64-bits is good: it allows for more options. > i did find something on an ibmdeveloperworks site that suggests using > -maix64 with gcc: > > "To compile an application in 64 bit mode, one should use the option > -maix64, which enables the 64-bit AIX ABI such as: 64-bit pointers, > 64-bit long type, and the infrastructure needed to support them. > Specifying -maix64 implies -mpowerpc64 and -mpowerpc, while -maix32 > disables the 64-bit ABI and implies -mno-powerpc64. GCC defaults to > -maix32." > http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/aix/library/au-gnu.html > > but i dont know whow to make gcc do that! > > i'm not sure what size product queue i need. > On solaris, i'm using ldm6.1.0 to download real-time lighning strikes > from a vendor called wsi (formerly called wdt). i get a file every > minute, and every five minutes, i parse out the california/nevada stikes > using a bounding box definition in an awk oneliner and push the results > into an oracle table. Compared to AIX, it was insanely easy to compile, > install and configure! If you're going to use the LDM to obtain lightning data, then you won't need a large product-queue, so we can let the LDM package build its default version. Try the commands I sent in my last response. > tomorrows my day off and if i dont punt this to the IT group, i'll take > another whack at it on monday > best > --kassim Regards, Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: MAC-518090 Department: Support LDM Priority: Normal Status: On Hold
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