[Ace-users] Re: [tao-users] TAO_PI problem under VxWorks 5.5
Douglas C. Schmidt
schmidt at dre.vanderbilt.edu
Mon Aug 6 11:34:43 CDT 2007
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> we are using TAO 1.5.2 under VxWorks 5.5 for a telescope control system. We currently have the problem that the TAO_PI
> library is not loaded correctly.
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> We get the following messages:
> (-1|200373440) LN - DLL::open failed for TAO_PI: Error: check log for details.
> (-1|200373440) Unable to find service 'ORBInitializer_Registry'
> (-1|200373440) ERROR: ORBInitializer Registry unable to find the ORBInitializer Registry instance: errno = 0x300002
> There is no more detail in the log files. I have seen that there existed a problem in earlier versions of TAO (in 2006)
> where the "open failed" was printed but did not affect the actual code execution. Here it is more than just a cosmetic
> problem. In the following code, VxWorks encounters a purely virtual method because the ORBInitializer Registry is missing
> and crashes.
> I have seen the comments that one needs to link libTAO_PI.so to the actual code and I tried to do this. It still requires
> an explicit load of the library to resolve all symbols, but then does not get loaded when the code is executed. A colleague
> suggested renaming libTAO_PI.so to simply TAO_PI since this had fixed something in another version, but it did not have any
> effect here.
> Any comments on this problem would be very much appreciated.
> Best regards,
> Dr. Dirk Muders www.mpifr-bonn.mpg.de/staff/dmuders
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