[postgis-users] Recent update to GDAL(?) broke PostGIS

Jayson Gallardo jaysontrades at gmail.com
Wed Mar 12 12:38:53 PDT 2014

That's the thing. I don't have a rtpostgis-2.x.so anywhere on my system.
I'm pretty sure it was there before, because everything worked fine. And it
may not even be GDAL. I checked with the server admin and that was the only
thing that should have affected our setup.

On Wed, Mar 12, 2014 at 2:11 PM, Andy Colson <andy at squeakycode.net> wrote:

> On 3/12/2014 12:43 PM, Jayson Gallardo wrote:
>> A while ago, our Ubuntu server was updated. One of the updates included
>> an update to gdal 1.10. Ever since then, our application no longer
>> works. PostGIS throws an error:
>>     select postgis_full_version();
>>     ERROR:  could not access file "$libdir/rtpostgis-2.0": No such file
>>     or directory
>>     CONTEXT:  SQL statement "SELECT postgis_gdal_version()"
>>     PL/pgSQL function "postgis_full_version" line 22 at SQL statement
> How about reverting back to the prior gdal?
> I assume the problem is rtpostgis-2.1.so is linked to gdal 1.9 or
> something.  You can check with "ldd rtpostgis-2.1.so"
> I dunno where your rtpostgis-2.1.so would be.  Mine is in:
>  /usr/local/pgsql/lib/postgresql
> But your certainly wont be there.
> -Andy
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