Originally posted by Tommi
BTW is there any sense to update glibc at all?
Is there some other actions I should do? Do I have to recompile all programs to fit for this new glibc? At least it may change the name of some glibc files when new library is installed?
There's nothing wrong, persay, with the stock glibc that comes with Redhat 9. However, as new releases come out, often, (as in the case here), older apps will break sometimes...and, unless you have those specific problems in those *rare* circumstances, then I would say...no, don't update.