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OpenLDAP on AIX

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I am trying to install OpenLDAP on AIX. The issue is, when I say "./configure" the process doesn't accept the "pthread.h" file found in "/usr/include". When I checked the config.log file, it said "sys/processor.h" not found. Now I have managed to compile with CC=gcc and the process disables threads and is compiled successfully. But I need threading to be enabled. How can this been achieved. Can anyone tell me where to look for these header files. Or is there a alternate for this problem ??? Thanks in advance.
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/usr/include/sys/processor.h is part of the
fileset bos.adt.include (on AIX 4.3.3). Do you
have this fileset installed? (lslpp -l bos.adt.include)
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We compiled it in AIX 5.1 and it worked. The problem with 4.3.3 is that it didnt have any maintenance updates for the OS.
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