Things to consider when compiling C using 32 bits instead of 64 bits processors
Hi, we have a lot of oracle pro*c and c programs that ran on a 64 bits. We decided to run them on a 32 bits processor and of course, we have to recompiled all of them with gcc. All compiled correctly but some created core dump on execution. We checked the core dump files and tried to find out what the problem was but we didn't have any clues. So my question is, what should we consider when compiling and executing c program that was build to run on a 64 bits processor. We try to compile with -m32 switch (gcc) without success. I mean, the problem is still there, not with compilation but on execution. Thanks for your help.