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PL/PerlU problems executing other scripts

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I have a problem with a PL/PerlU function trying to execute an external
perl script.

The script is suid to a non-root user and I am executing it in the
PL/PerlU function as so :

$rc = system "/usr/bin/suidperl", "-T", "/usr/local/bin/";

The script doesn't go off, and the return code is printed out as 6400.
Executing the same script this way from the command line or a standalone
perl interpreter runs just fine.

I am running the Redhat Database version of Postgres (which equates to
7.2.3) on Redhat 8.0.

Any help would be appreciated.
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Nov 11 '05 #1
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