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Re: DBD Oracle ORA_XMLTYPE Seg Fault

by dave_the_m (Parson)
on Dec 25, 2012 at 12:57 UTC ( #1010267=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to DBD Oracle ORA_XMLTYPE Seg Fault

A seg fault implies a bug in one of perl, DBI, DBD::Oracle, or the Oracle drivers (rather than in your code). If possible, upgrade to the newest version of each of those, and if the problem doesn't go away, report it as a bug: probably to the DBD::Oracle maintainers initially.

Dave.


Comment on Re: DBD Oracle ORA_XMLTYPE Seg Fault
Re^2: DBD Oracle ORA_XMLTYPE Seg Fault
by grump- (Novice) on Jan 02, 2013 at 17:58 UTC
    Upgraded the DBD::Oracle to 1.52. It still seg faults. I should also mention that I do not have control over the Oracle end. Does the output need to be Perl friendly xml? Or can it just be any kind of string?
      Upgraded the DBD::Oracle to 1.52. It still seg faults.
      So you haven't tried upgrading perl, DBI, or the oracle drivers? What versions are they currently at?
      I should also mention that I do not have control over the Oracle end. Does the output need to be Perl friendly xml? Or can it just be any kind of string?
      I don't know what "output" you are referring to. Note that I know nothing about Oracle's XML and stored procedures etc; I commented in this thread purely to point out that a segfault implies a bug in some part of the perl system you are using, rather than a bug in your code itself (which is not to say your code isn't buggy too; I have no idea about that.)

      Dave.

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