"Cannot open shared object: when starting nrpe"

Post #302753433 by DGPickett on Tuesday 8th of January 2013 04:07:26 PM

Generally, dynamic library paths must be:
  • compiled in with -R or
  • in very standard places ld() defaults to, or
  • be in $LD_LIBRARY_PATH or whatever varaible your ld() prefers.
Sometimes it is simpler to make the app with static libraries, so they are copied in at compile time. Check linkages with "ldd -rsv executable_or_library"
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shm_open(2)							System Calls Manual						       shm_open(2)

shm_open - create/open a shared memory object SYNOPSIS
The system call establishes a connection between a shared memory object and a file descriptor. It creates an open file description that corresponds to the shared memory object and returns a file descriptor that refers to that open file description. This file descriptor (which is the lowest numbered file descriptor not currently open for that process) is used by other functions to refer to that shared mem- ory object. The name argument points to the shared memory object name, and must conform to the general construction rules for a pathname. The oflag argument is the bitwise inclusive OR of the flags listed under and (these flags are defined in the header file The new file descriptor has the flag set, and consequently does not remain open across system calls. Read-Write Flags The value of oflag must be composed by taking the inclusive OR of exactly one of the following flags: Open for read access only. Open for read and write access. General Flags Any combination of the following flags may also be used in setting the value of oflag. If the shared memory object exists, this flag will have no effect, except as noted under below. Otherwise the shared memory object is created; the shared memory object's user ID is set to the effective user ID of the process; the shared memory object's group ID is set to the effective group ID of the process. The shared memory object's permission bits is set to the value of the mode argument except those set in the file mode creation mask of the process. The new shared memory object will have a size of zero. If and are set in oflag and the named shared memory object exists, will fail. The flag is ignored if is not set in oflag. If the shared memory object exists, and it is successfully opened for reading and writing set in oflag), the object will be truncated to zero length. The mode and owner shall remain unchanged by this function call. RETURN VALUE
returns the following values: n Successful completion. n is the lowest numbered unused file descriptor for the process. Failure. is set to indicate the error. ERRORS
If fails, is set to one of the following values: The shared memory object exists and the permissions specified by oflag are denied, or the shared memory object does not exist and permission to create the it is denied, or is speci- fied and write permission is denied. The and are set in oflag and the named shared memory object already exists. The operation was interrupted by a signal. The operation is not supported for the given name. Too many file descriptors are currently in use by this process. The length of the name string exceeds or the length of a (pathname) component of the name string exceeds while is in effect. Too many shared memory objects are currently open in the system. The flag is not set in oflag and the named shared memory object does not exist. There are insufficient resources for the creation of the new shared memory object. is not supported by the implementation. SEE ALSO
shm_unlink(2), close(2), mmap(2), munmap(2), privileges(5). STANDARDS CONFORMANCE

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