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Suddenly _ZdlPv rellocation error from Base Client Support

Has anyone come across this before and fixed it?

My system (a small development system with DB2 8.1 Enterprise on
RedHat 8.1 Linux) has been working fine for ages.

Suddenly I now get the following error after running code that has
used the Base Client Support (e.g. using unixODBC isql to access a
database)

isql: relocation error: /opt/IBM/db2/V8.1/lib/libcxa.so.1: undefined
symbol: _ZdlPv

The only thing that I can think of that might have anything to do with
it is that I installed the iSeriesAccess rpm for a short while to tale
a look at what it did for ODBCConfig, but I have removed it again.

I have run a rpm -Va and that doesn't indicate any problem.

Anyone any ideas?
Nov 12 '05 #1
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bi*********@mercuryspeed.com (Bill Medland) wrote in message news:<fb**************************@posting.google. com>...
Has anyone come across this before and fixed it? I have now! For the record...
My system (a small development system with DB2 8.1 Enterprise on
RedHat 8.1 Linux) has been working fine for ages.

Suddenly I now get the following error after running code that has
used the Base Client Support (e.g. using unixODBC isql to access a
database)

isql: relocation error: /opt/IBM/db2/V8.1/lib/libcxa.so.1: undefined
symbol: _ZdlPv

The only thing that I can think of that might have anything to do with
it is that I installed the iSeriesAccess rpm for a short while to tale
a look at what it did for ODBCConfig, but I have removed it again.

I have run a rpm -Va and that doesn't indicate any problem.

Anyone any ideas?

I had run ODBCConfig.
It had "damaged" the odbcinst.ini, removing the "DontDLClose=1" line.
Puttimg that back fixed the problem and some Segment Violations too.
Nov 12 '05 #2

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