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Hello all and happy new year

Having a fun issue with moving some scripts to a new server. On the old Solaris 8 with full fat Oracle 8 client and Perl 5.8 scripts run nicely under cron, generating output and working well.

On the new Solaris 10 with instant client 10_2 and Perl 5.12 the scripts work under shell but under cron fail with error finding libraries. (As others have found.)

Put a new script that fails on new server to old server and it works under cron, same script, no changes.

So this is not likely to be a pure Perl issue but maybe someone here has some ideas.
Update : OK the error seen is that the library libnnz10.so isn't found. I left this out initially because then I'd just get told about LD_LIBRARY_PATH and similar. These have been written up in the past and I am aware of it. I was after seeing if folk know why I get such an error with the Instant Client but not the older full client install.

In reply to Cron revisited by tweetiepooh

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