pthread library problem with bacula
acc at anthonychavez.org
Tue Mar 1 17:47:33 GMT 2005
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On Sat, 19 Feb 2005 16:29:15 -0500 (EST) "Michael L. Squires" <mikes at siralan.org> wrote:
> There appears to have been a change in the way pthreads are handled by
> 4.?-RELEASE which has broken the bacula-server compile. Adding
> "-pthread" to the "LIBS =" line in the Makefile in each of
> ../src/stored, and ../src/tools
> allows the compile to complete. A "make install" seems to complete the
> It's not obvious to me why '-pthread' isn't being added; if someone
> knows the answer, please tell me; otherwise I'll eventually stumble
> into it.
I've been discussing the issue with Lars off-list, and I seem to think
that I've determined what is cuasing this problem.
Are you attempting to build with any make variables, in particular,
- -DWITH_POSTGRESQL? I am. But when I make rmconfig clean all and
attempt to build without that option, it builds cleanly.
The patchset that I submitted *does* in fact result in a successful
build when -DWITH_POSTGRESQL is passed, but I have to wonder if the the
patchset is really just covering up the issue rather than actually
Please review my patchset once more and reconsider it for inclusion.
Anthony Chavez http://anthonychavez.org/
mailto:acc at anthonychavez.org jabber:acc at jabber.anthonychavez.org
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