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Re: Current ODBC driver(s) problems with 7.1

From: "Oliver Elphick" <olly(at)lfix(dot)co(dot)uk>
To: pgsql-hackers(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: Current ODBC driver(s) problems with 7.1
Date: 2001-03-01 20:16:08
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Emmanuel Charpentier wrote:
  >I have tried three ODBC drivers :
  >The original ODBC river, as compiled by Oliver Elphick in the Debian
  >7.1beta4 packages : this one is utterly broken : trying to use it leads
  >to nothing : no activity is loged neither in syslog nor in postgres.log
  >with -d2. Nick Gorham says it's because the driver and the driver
  >manager wait mutually for each other, IIRC.
I have been trying it; I get a segfault (7.1beta4), but haven't yet been
able to determine the cause.  Has anyone got any hints on debugging shared

  >In the first case, I can do nothing : I'm reluctant to try to rebuild
  >the Debian packages from source (I don't kniow how to do this from the
  >sources and Oliver's patches). It follows that I can't do that for the
  >second either.

I make no changes to the ODBC library.

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