Description of problem:
ldconfig prints multiple messages of the form:
ldconfig: file /usr/lib/libgomp.so.1 is truncated
and then fails to build symlinks for those libraries. Only 32-bit libraries
seem to be affected from this morning's yum update (32-bit libraries from
yesterday's update seem to be OK). This is likely related to gcc-4.1.2-16
update today. RPMs affected include gtk2, libgcc, libgcj, libgomp, libstdc++,
metacity, and possibly others (I don't have a full 32-bit environment on this
system, so yum may not have attempted updating other non-installed 32-bit RPMs).
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Running /sbin/ldconfig after updating to 2007-07-24 rawhide
Steps to Reproduce:
Examining the glibc-20070515T2025/elf/readelf.c source, the problem appears to
be that gcc is now generating something that is giving the check_ptr() macro
indigestion. Unfortunately, I can't tell which of the 7 check_ptr() in
readelf.c is complaining, or why....
Bug in binutils, should be fixed now in binutils-18.104.22.168.17-5 and
the gcc libs in gcc-4.1.2-17. gtk2, metacity, possibly others need rebuild
I'm re-opening this bug until we get the packages rebuilt that were built during
this time, and attaching it to the F8 Test1 tracker.
A list of packages to rebuild is at http://jkeating.fedorapeople.org/needrebuild
I'll be working through them.
And now they're all rebuild (except for obvious not neededs like kernel-xen and
x11-xorg-proto-devel) and tagged for F8 Test1.
Confirming things are looking better - a few RPMs still haven't made it to my
local mirror yet, but enough have arrived already that Firefox now works again
(it broke due to gtk2.i386 libs issue). Presumably the rest of the RPMs will
show up tomorrow. Thanks for figuring out what it was, I'd never have guessed a
binutils bug. :)