We recently upgraded to mysql 3.22.20a (from 3.22.13) and we are starting
to have dynamic library problems.
The symlink libmysqlclient.so seems to point to the current version of
the shared library. However, old binaries linked against mysqlclient
complain loudly when we try to run them:
For example, apache-1.3.4 / PHP 3.0.7 with mysql reports:
Cannot load /local/apache-1.3.4-19990301/libexec/libphp3.so into server:
140175:/local/apache-1.3.4-19990301/bin/httpd: rld: Fatal Error: Cannot find object
libmysqlclient.so with version 5.0
If we remove the symbolic link, or point it to an older version, Apache/PHP
starts but then the mysql client itself reports:
131666:mysql: rld: Warning: Version Search Suppressed Because Object libmysqlclient.so in
liblist has non-sgi interface version (6.0)
131666:mysql: rld: Fatal Error: Cannot Successfully Map soname 'libmysqlclient.so' under
any of the filenames
It seems that the IRIX runtime linker has a problem with the major version #
of libmysqlclient (6.0).
I've tried relinking the clients with the new shared library, and they all
work, save the most important client - Apache/PHP/MySQL, which segfaults
when I try to start the server with libphp3.so linked against the new
Anyone else running the latest MySQL under IRIX 6.5?
Jim Lawson 237 Votey Building
EM Computer Facility The University of Vermont
Burlington, VT 05405