[Pdns-users] Oracle backend connection string.
margus.kiting at gmail.com
Thu Mar 28 08:06:07 UTC 2013
Thanks all for infromation. I'll try this patch today. I have two more
questions. Have someone tried AXFR ACL's with oracle backend? is DNSSEC
enabled by default using oracle backend or it need some kind of
configuration flag? I cound not find any information from documentation.
On 27 March 2013 22:44, a b <tripivceta at hotmail.com> wrote:
> > Actually you can fix this with /etc/ld.so.conf, just make sure the lib
> > are in, say, /etc/ld.so.conf.d/oracle or /etc/ld.so.conf and run
> > no need to use LD_LIBRARY_PATH
> That only works on GNU/Linux; if the libraries and binaries are linked
> with -R, it is not necessary to set either LD_LIBRARY_PATH nor
> /etc/ld.so.conf, and that technique works on both GNU/Linux and all the
> System V UNIXes.
> As an additional measure, using the $ORIGIN link editor keyword will
> encode RUNPATH and RPATH into the ELF header,
>  RUNPATH $ORIGIN:$ORIGIN/../lib:$ORIGIN/../../lib:/opt/lib
>  RPATH $ORIGIN:$ORIGIN/../lib:$ORIGIN/../../lib:/opt/lib
> ...causing the runtime linker to look in the current directory of the
> binary/library first ($ORIGIN), then in the other paths relative to the
> directory where the binary/library are
> ($ORIGIN:$ORIGIN/../lib:$ORIGIN/../../lib). This feature is supported by
> GNU ld, and ld's in Solaris, IRIX and HP-UX, and possibly other UNIX
> operating systems.
> After this, binary executables and libraries can be relocated anywhere, so
> long as the relative filesystem structure is preserved.
> The neat thing about the $ORIGIN keyword is that it causes the linker to
> always correctly find symbols in libraries and binaries, without having to
> depend on LD_LIBRARY_PATH or /etc/ld.so.conf.
> I would pay good money to find out why Oracle does not do this with their
> instant client libraries.
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