At 11:24 PM 04/11/02 -0700, Colin Kuskie wrote:
>Bill Moseley <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> At 10:38 PM 04/11/02 -0700, Colin Kuskie wrote:
>> >True, but I'd like to use the module/CGI interface.
>> I wouldn't bother unless you have some specific reasons for doing so.
>Isn't it more secure than passing stuff on the command line?
Yes. But I don't pass commands through the command line.
Perl? perldoc perlsec and perldoc perlipc "Safe Pipe Opens".
>rpm -q zlib
>Maybe I need a more up to date zlib? That's pretty easy to try,
No, not for swish, but yes, considering that there's a security patch out
for zlib now.
Again, compress2 is used for compressing large properties into the index
file. The call to compress2 is only compiled in when you use --with-zlib
in ./configure. Did you build with --with-zlib?
Argh, this unix library stuff confuses me. Why would zlib not get loaded
at run time?
What's the output from ldd src/swish-e?
How about nm src/libswish-e.a | grep compress2
Received on Fri Apr 12 06:47:36 2002