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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: glibc patch - oracle9i on red hat linux 8

    My oracle9i was working fine on red hat linux 8. but after installation of a glibc patch "glibc-2.1..3-stubs.tar.gz" something has gone wrong. it has renamed executables by appending/suffixing zero '0' to the filenames. e.g sqlplus is sqlplus0
    i cannot find my sqlplus? i am afraid to restart the system?
    should i restart? what is the problem?

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    Re: glibc patch - oracle9i on red hat linux 8

    Originally posted by Dhawalbhatia
    My oracle9i was working fine on red hat linux 8. but after installation of a glibc patch "glibc-2.1..3-stubs.tar.gz" something has gone wrong. it has renamed executables by appending/suffixing zero '0' to the filenames. e.g sqlplus is sqlplus0
    i cannot find my sqlplus? i am afraid to restart the system?
    should i restart? what is the problem?
    ln -s sqlplus0 sqlplus :-)))

    Btw: try "ldd sqlplus0" to check if all libraries are available...

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