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From:Lenz Grimmer Date:March 19 2003 8:24am
Subject:Re: Mysql-max 4.0.12 missing GLIBC 2.2
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On Wed, 19 Mar 2003, Natalino Picone wrote:

> can anyone tell me why the mysql-max 4.0.12 is not statically linked
> against Glibc 2.2 ? (the standard one is ok)...

This is done intentionally, to enable the use of User Defined Functions
(UDFs) - you need a dynamically linked binary for this to work (it uses
the dlopen() system call).

Bye,
	LenZ
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Mysql-max 4.0.12 missing GLIBC 2.2Natalino Picone19 Mar
  • Re: Mysql-max 4.0.12 missing GLIBC 2.2Lenz Grimmer19 Mar