Solaris 2.7 problems compiling, and then with running freetds against Sybase...
Ken.Corey at sportal.net
Fri Apr 14 08:41:02 EDT 2000
I just downloaded version .50 of freetds the other day. My OS is Solaris
2.7, and Sybase 11. I had two problems: a compilation problem, and an
In trying to compile it on Solaris 2.7, it seemed to go okay, but I
realized that the tests weren't compiling. So, after some research, I
realized that TDS and DBLIB weren't being linked against "-lnsl -lsocket".
Once I made this change, TDS compiled, and tested just fine.
dblib was getting this error:
insert into dblib0001 values (39, 'row 039')
insert into dblib0001 values (40, 'row 040')
DB-LIBRARY error (severity 18):
The token datastream length was not correct. This is an internal
ctlib didn't have a Makefile created, so I couldn't try to test it.
Using the tds library to connect directly, and execute the query seems to
work. However, when the process goes away, tds_free_socket doesn't seem to
let the database off the hook. Therefore the database's cpu usage goes
through the roof.
The simple select I'm doing seems to work, and returns results I can print
out, but the database doesn't seem to clean up after itself when a process
Does this sound familiar to anyone?
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