[pcp] pcp updates (mort-dev)
trev at sgi.com
Tue Nov 10 22:13:08 CST 2009
Mark Goodwin wrote:
> Martin Hicks wrote:
>> I just thought this was wrong. We have PCP_LIB_DIR as /usr/lib on ia64,
>> but PCP_BINADM_DIR was /usr/lib64/pcp/bin
>> There is nothing else in /usr/lib64 on an ia64 machine, so I assumed
>> this must be wrong. If this patch is wrong then please enlighten me :)
>> The test looked a lot like an x86 vs. x86_64 arch test that went awry
>> and also caught ia64.
> if there is nothing else in /usr/lib64, then you're probably right
> (I don't have ia64 h/w to investigate).
> On x86_64, we have /usr/lib64 containing 64bit binaries
> and /usr/lib containing 32bit binaries. Looks like on ia64
> the native binaries are in /usr/lib, with (presumably) the
> ia32 compat binaries in /usr/lib32?
> In any case, I guess ia64 isn't a true multilib arch since
> ia32 is effectively emulated.
> - Mark
I think a lot of apps on Itanium use the emulated, is this the same
thing with PCP? I ran into this issue when we first started migrating
apps to Itanium with our A350 product line.
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