|Newbie questions about Pliant
I've upgraded libc and now default.dump because inconsistent,
how do I fix this ?
|Message posted by maybe Boris Reitman on 2003/12/17 00:55:10
|In an effort to fix the default.dump file,
I have ran /pliant/fullpliant after which I was asked to
connect to a webserver. What am I supposed to do
once I connect ? I did shutdown. Now when I try
to run programs, I still get 'can't restore memory dump from default.dump'.
I don't understand what does the pliant compiler have to do with
the HTTP server -- why can't I just reinitialize the part that I need.
|Message posted by hubert.tonneau on 2003/12/17 01:16:57
|You have to recreate Pliant dump files each time you upgrade one of your system
The standard way to do that is remove /pliant/binary/default-debug1.dump file,
then rerun /pliant/fullpliant and it will be recreated automatically.
Also running 'fullpliant' will do much more than just recreating the dump file,
so if you just want to recreate the dump file, you can use a commande such as:
pliant 'precompile /binary/default.dump module /pliant/install/precompile.pli' module /pliant/install/minimal.pli