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/usr/lib/ Unresolved symbol: naerenc (plabel)

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/usr/lib/ Unresolved symbol: naerenc (plabel)

Robert-Jan Goossens
Honored Contributor

Re: /usr/lib/ Unresolved symbol: naerenc (plabel)


could you check your server for the latest ld and linker tools patch.

Patch Name: PHSS_28434

Patch Description: s700_800 11.00 ld(1) and linker tools cumulative patch

Creation Date: 03/04/16


Massimo Bianchi
Honored Contributor

Re: /usr/lib/ Unresolved symbol: naerenc (plabel)

and a good recompile of the client !

Honored Contributor

Re: /usr/lib/ Unresolved symbol: naerenc (plabel)

After you have installed OS patches, sometimes you must relink the oracle database like described in that thread

If you install the newest ld patch, which is mentioned above, I advice you - relink the database.

Sometimes you lose and sometimes the others win
Steven E. Protter
Exalted Contributor

Re: /usr/lib/ Unresolved symbol: naerenc (plabel)

The two prior posts I read are excellent and are probably better prospects than my contribution.


I have Internet access.

For the first time in a week.

Seriously, I've solved these type of problems before as follows:

1) make sure the SHLIB_PATH is valid in the user that owns and starts the database.

2) relink the database(not always necessary).

Thats it. Those two steps have been the fix for me. I always believe you should be current with linker/ld patches.

Most of these troubles for me have been rooted in the .profile and user profile of the owner of the database or application(9ias).

Take a look at these areas and your problem will probably be solved.

There have been rare instances where the install/owner user was so messed up I had to reinstall the database software entirely.

Steven E Protter
Owner of ISN Corporation