Ha! If I'd known of the select version(); I would have fixed the problem
sooner! It all works when you run the right version... 8-)
You may want to specify that select command in the doc in regard to
modules so people can test their backend version before to bug you guys.
Thank you for the hint, very helpful. This ltree stuff is really cool!
On Mon, 21 Feb 2005, Tom Lane wrote:
> "Alexis Wilke" <alexis(at)m2osw(dot)com> writes:
> > Operating system: Linux
> You need to be a lot more specific than that, because this stuff works
> fine on all the variants of Linux we know about.
> > ERROR: Load of file /usr/local/pgsql/lib/ltree.so failed:
> > /usr/local/pgsql/lib/ltree.so: undefined symbol: errstart
> Are you sure you're loading into a 7.4-or-later backend? (Check "select
> version();" to be certain.) The only other possibility I can think of
> is that the backend has been stripped of symbols --- in which case it's
> not errstart that's at fault particularly, that just happens to be the
> first missing symbol reported.
> regards, tom lane
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