Michael Ströder wrote:
> Yes, I learned this (again) on Friday. ;-)
> export CFLAGS="-g"
Note that this does not disable optimization (AFAIK); I'd place an
explicit CFLAGS="-g -O0".
No, the default without any -O flag is no optimization.
> But it still does not work.
But in any case that doesn't seem to be the issue. What gcc are you
using? I currently use RedHat's, either gcc version 3.4.6 20060404 (Red
Hat 3.4.6-3) or gcc version 4.1.0 20060515 (Red Hat 4.1.0-18). Note
that I don't assume this could have an impact on your issue.
I think Michael just has a corrupt build tree. The previous issue he
reported was cleared up by running "make clean" in the back-bdb and
back-monitor directories, then rebuilding. I suspect just doing a "make
clean" from the top level and rebuilding would clear up the rest.
This does point out a bug in the slapd Makefile; for dynamic backends it
appears to not remake the backend directories if they have already been
built once. I'll look into that...
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