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Oracle 9i (9.0.2) on RHE, getting an error when using the inso_filter and Oracle Text.
The error is "undefined symbol: stat"

Anybody know how to troubleshoot this ?
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baonguyen1 earned 100 total points
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Look like you hit a bug and that will be fixed by applying Patch:2037255

WHEN USING INSO FILTER , UNDEFINED SYMBOL "STAT" IN LIBC_UT.SO

*** 10/07/01 11:02 pm ***
 1. Clear description of the problem encountered:
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   Port: RedHat Linux 7.1  
   Product : Oracle rdbms 9.0.1
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   When running inso filter indexing, or ctxhx directly from the command line  
we get:
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    $ORACLE_HOME/ctx/bin/ctxhx: error while loading shared libraries:
    $ORACLE_HOME/ctx/lib/libsc_ut.so: undefined symbol: stat
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 2. Pertinent configuration information (MTS/OPS/distributed/etc)
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   NO MTS/OPS/dsitrbuted
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 3. Indication of the frequency and predictability of the problem  
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   This is reproducable everytime, as customer states.
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   I could not reproduce the same problem using 8.1.7.2.0 on Redhat 6.2,
and using 9.0.1 on Sun Sparc Solaris, thus this problem looks port-specific.
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 4. Sequence of events leading to the problem  
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   create a table and index using inso filter:
    create table documents(id number(4) primary key,doc blob);
    create index doc_index on DOCUMENTS(DOC)
    indextype is ctxsys.context
    parameters ('datastore ctxsys.default_datastore filter  
ctxsys.inso_filter')
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   or directly from the shell with :
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    $ORACLE_HOME/ctx/bin/ctxhx test.rtf test.txt  
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   Customer gets this error :.
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    $ORACLE_HOME/ctx/bin/ctxhx: error while loading shared libraries:
    $ORACLE_HOME/ctx/lib/libsc_ut.so: undefined symbol: stat
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  Relink of the product does not give any errors.
  Listener and rdbms is working fine; non-inso index can be built without a  
problem.
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 5. Technical impact on the customer. Include persistent after effects.
   
   Customer is in the evaluation process of this product, and plan to develop  
a project if
   this product is tested successfully.
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DIAGNOSTIC ANALYSIS:
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WORKAROUND:
No workarounds have been observed.
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RELATED BUGS:
None.
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REPRODUCIBILITY:
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All the time  
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by:kIdBiLLiE
ID: 10865630
Can you provide me with where you found this resource?
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by:kIdBiLLiE
ID: 10865641
And where can I find the patch?  I don't see it.
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by:baonguyen1
ID: 10865914
You can find it from Metalink.  You need an account to access that Oracle web site
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