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[Bug libc/15648] multiple definition of `__lll_lock_wait_private'
- From: "carlos at redhat dot com" <sourceware-bugzilla at sourceware dot org>
- To: glibc-bugs at sourceware dot org
- Date: Fri, 21 Jun 2013 13:21:05 +0000
- Subject: [Bug libc/15648] multiple definition of `__lll_lock_wait_private'
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- References: <bug-15648-131 at http dot sourceware dot org/bugzilla/>
--- Comment #18 from Carlos O'Donell <carlos at redhat dot com> ---
(In reply to Jakub Jelinek from comment #16)
> Static linking of -lpthread never worked well, there are tons of issues with
> that, which is why in Fedora/RHEL we are just linking all the content of
> libpthread.a using ld -r into libpthread.o and libpthread.a contains just
> that single object. Then this bug doesn't exist. There are many
> assumptions (unwritten dependencies) in between libpthread object files,
> with dynamic linking you simply have all of them together or nothing, but
> with libpthread, unless you do that ld -r hack, you don't. Not to mention
> that many programs (e.g. gcc gthr.h) check using weakref for availability of
> some pthread_* symbol(s) and if non-NULL, assume all of libpthread is
> available, rather than random parts from it.
Then we need to file a bug to fix glibc to use ld -r or gather community
consensus that static linking is no longer supported. Current community
consensus is that we will continue to support static linking where possible.
> Why exactly are you linking statically?
Good question, but it doesn't answer the more fundamental question of glibc
support for static linking.
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