Thank you very much for your reply !
Before I read this post, I had successfully installed Postgres with
Could you please let me know what could be the impact on the database and
application performance ?
I am installing PG on a brand new server (CentOS - 5.4) 32 bit. I would redo
the installation with "ldconfig" option as well (i never did before).
But, we did not face this problem before on any of our servers (both on 64
bit and 32 bit). I mean we never had to manually link our libraries using
On Fri, Aug 19, 2011 at 7:21 PM, Tom Lane <tgl(at)sss(dot)pgh(dot)pa(dot)us> wrote:
> Venkat Balaji <venkat(dot)balaji(at)verse(dot)in> writes:
> > I believe, there must be some options to be used with make.
> No, the make command should just be "make". Any options that are needed
> would be supplied at the configure step.
> > pg_backup_archiver.o: In function `SetOutput':
> > pg_backup_archiver.c:(.text+0x2b6f): undefined reference to `gzopen64'
> FWIW, this seems to indicate a mismatch between the zlib.h you're using
> and the libz.so you're linking to. The PG sources do not reference
> gzopen64, but some versions of zlib.h conditionally #define gzopen as
> gzopen64 --- in which case it'd better be used with a library that
> actually provides that symbol. Evidently the one that the linker is
> finding does not. If I had to bet based on this much information,
> I'd bet on a manual zlib installation that doesn't match the system's
> libz.so, and for which you forgot to do the ldconfig magic needed to get
> the linker to actually pick yours instead of the /usr/lib one.
> regards, tom lane
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