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Re: problem with fork() and temp dlls
On 6/28/2012 5:08 AM, Lenci Damien wrote:
I am currently trying to port Nagios on Cygwin and I'm having a issue (among others ^^) when trying to use modules.
Here is how Nagios loads modules :
- Create a temporary file using mkstemp()
- Copy module into this temp file
- Load module from temp file with dlopen()
- Delete temp file (on startup, not when nagios process is terminated)
Here is the problem message :
0 [main] nagios 3624 child_info_fork::abort: unable to map XXXXXXXX\var\nagios\spool\checkresults\nebmodE56bUw, Win32 error 126
Sometimes return code(I think this is the return code) is 1 :
1 [main] nagios 2364 child_info_fork::abort: unable to map XXXXXXXX\var\nagios\spool\checkresults\nebmodE56bUw, Win32 error 126
Looks like fork problems to me. Perhaps you need to rebase the DLLs you're
building? See the link below for more info:
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