Thanks! We tried that early on and didn't find anything; but, have made a few
changes, and so will try that again.
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Subject: RE: crsctl 19c and library
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I don't know, but in addition to the export you've done, I would dump the
working environment and the non-working environment into text files and do a
diff (possibly with each sucked through a sort pipe if someone decided to
rewrite the definition order of environment variables between releases for no
Good luck, my friend. Why <any>IX doesn't dump the search order it used
automatically when it fails to find something was a brain cramp somewhere
between having a single directory and allowing multiple directories. Sigh. All
these years an no one fixed that.
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Subject: crsctl 19c and library
Here's a new one - we have a set of scripts we use to start and stop one of
our products in a RAC environment, running Solaris 10 if that makes any
They run fine from the command line AND from crsctl under 12c
Running against 19c, they run fine on the command line, but when we try to run
them from crsctl, they fail with a "library not found" on the libraries in a
"local" library directory. We've done the obvious "EXPORT
LD_LIBRARY_PATH......", but so far, can't solve this one.
Has anyone else seen something like this or have any ideas on where to look to