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PostSubject: Imp   Sun Dec 30, 2007 7:34 pm

Explain the difference between a static library and a dynamic library? - Static library is linked into the executable, while a dynamic library (or shared object) is loaded while the executable has started.
How do you create a static library? - If you have a collection of object (.o) files, you can do it by running ar command. Generally a static library has a .a extension, and you can link it into an executable by providing -l libraryname to gcc.
Where should the developed libraries be installed on the system? - GNU recommends /usr/local/bin for binaries and /usr/local/lib for libraries.
Whatís LD_LIBRARY_PATH? - Itís an environment variable that lists all the directories which should be searches for libraries before the standard directories are searched.
How do you create a shared library? - Create the object file with -fPIC for position-independent code, then run gcc with -shared option.
How do you install a shared library? - Run ldconfig in the standard directory that itís installed in.
What does ldd do? - It shows a list of installed shared libraries.
How do you dynamically load a library in your app? - Use dlopen()
What does nm command do? - It reports the list of symbols in a given library.




Shell scripting





∑ How do you find out whatís your shell? - echo $SHELL

∑ Whatís the command to find out todayís date? - date

∑ Whatís the command to find out users on the system? - who

∑ How do you find out the current directory youíre in? - pwd

∑ How do you remove a file? - rm

∑ How do you remove a - rm -rf

∑ How do you find out your own username? - whoami

∑ How do you send a mail message to somebody?




How do you show the currently running queries? - SHOW FULL PROCESSLIST;
How do you kill a MySQL query? - See the ID of it from the question above, then KILL id. You can separate multiple IDs by space.
I need to find out how many client connections were aborted by MySQL server. - Itís displayed in SHOW STATUS query, alternatively accessible via mysqladmin extended-status.
What does SET SQL_AUTO_IS_NULL =1 do? - you can find the last inserted row for a table that contains an AUTO_INCREMENT column by issuing WHERE auto_increment_column IS NULL
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