[pgrouting-users] Could not load library librouting.dll error

dave.potts at pinan.co.uk dave.potts at pinan.co.uk
Mon Aug 10 07:28:09 PDT 2015


What is the environmental variable path set to ?

You can get its value by opening a dos window and typing set

This variable lists the folders that an application will search through to
find library files.

You can change its value by selecting control panel-->Adminstrative Tools->
Right click on computer  select properties-> select advanced system
settings and the envrionment variable button is on the lower right hand

The value should be a list off folders to search seperated by a ; character.


#> Hello list,
> I am running 64bit PostgreSQL 9.2.13 with PostGIS 2.1.7 on Windows Server
> 2008 R2.  I have pgRouting installed (2.0.0 build 40, hash 567ac3b, boost
> 1.46.1)
> I am getting an error when trying to use pgRouting.
> [ERROR: could not load library "D:/PostgreSQL/9.2/lib/librouting.dll": The
> specified procedure could not be found.
> SQL state: 58P01]
> SQL state error 58P01 is UNDEFINED FILE.
> Using dependency walker it tells me that librouting.dll cannot find
> libgcc_s_sjlj-1.dll and libstdc++-6.dll and postgres.exe.  These files all
> exist in the \bin folder of my PostgreSQL install.  The PgRouting files
> are all installed in the \lib folder.
> I get the error when using both the PgAdmin SQL pane and the pgRouting
> Layer plugin in QGIS.
> Any pointers or suggestions appreciated.
> Thanks
> Ross
> Ross McDonald | GIS Data Coordinator | Resources Department, IT Division |
> Angus Council, Angus House, Orchardbank Business Park, Forfar, DD8 1AT
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