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    how to rebuild the glibc on slackware


    Hi all,

    I am new to Xen implementation.

    Please help me for this issue.

    First i will explain my setup, we have an remote server (Amazon) with Xen and we are uploading our images to that server and working on it.. for that we are paying.

    I have uploaded the slackware12.1 image to the Xen server. It is working fine but while check the cat /var/log/syslog* getting below warning.

    ************************************************** *************
    ************************************************** *************
    ◦ WARNING: Currently emulating unsupported memory accesses **
    ◦ in /lib/tls glibc libraries. The emulation is **
    ◦ slow. To ensure full performance you should **
    ◦ install a 'xen-friendly' (nosegneg) version of **
    ◦ the library, or disable tls support by executing **
    ◦ the following as root: **
    ◦ mv /lib/tls /lib/tls.disabled **
    ◦ Offending process: init (pid=1) **
    ************************************************** *************
    ************************************************** *************

    I have rebuilt the glibc with "-mno-tls-direct-seg-refs" option and installed it then sysvinit, mdadm packages

    but still getting same warning.

    Ramesh

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    Hello and Welcome.
    I can't help you with your problem but I want to let you know that duplicate postings are not allowed here. Please continue the discussion here only. Thanks and have a great day.
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    Hi MikeTbob,

    Thanks for your quick reply, Please help me the above issue, I need your help..

    Ramesh

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    I wish I could help you, I don't know enough about this type of problem to help you. I can reply and that will bring your thread to the top where others can see it. Hopefully someone will be along shortly to help.
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    Hello and welcome to the forums, ramshoty!

    Sorry, but I must ask that you read what MikeTbob said in post #2 above and stop with all the duplicate posts regarding this matter immediately because it is against the forum rules to post them. While you are at it, you might want to read the forum rules again:

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    You can continue any discussion on this topic in this thread.

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    Thank you for your compliance.
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