Tru64 Performance Pack - Unable to load performance pack...

Have a 2-processor Tru64 box with 1/2 Gig memory
WebLogic Server 5.1
When running startWebLogic.sh script I am unable to load the performance pack...the system comes up with the following messages on the console:
<A> <Posix Performance Pack> Could not initialize POSIX Performance Pack.
<E> <Performance Pack> Unable to load performance pack, using Java I/O.
uname -a ==> OSF1 cdeut2 V5.0 1094 alpha
The startup script hits the OSF1 case and sets RLDLIST environment variable. However, if we attempt to:
export RLDLIST we get the following messages:
187103:/usr/bin/sleep: /sbin/loader: Fatal Error: cannot map /opt/weblogic/lib/tru64unix
187105:/bin/ksh: /sbin/loader: Fatal Error: cannot map /opt/weblogic/lib/tru64unix
Regards,
John

Are you sure that the performance pack for your platform is available? I didn't see it listed on our platform support page. You might want to
check with customer support to determine if your platform does support the performance pack.
http://www.weblogic.com/platforms/index.html#compaq_alpha
-Charlie
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John Kroubalkian wrote:
Have a 2-processor Tru64 box with 1/2 Gig memory
WebLogic Server 5.1
When running startWebLogic.sh script I am unable to load the performance pack...the system comes up with the following messages on the console:
<A> <Posix Performance Pack> Could not initialize POSIX Performance Pack.
<E> <Performance Pack> Unable to load performance pack, using Java I/O.
uname -a ==> OSF1 cdeut2 V5.0 1094 alpha
The startup script hits the OSF1 case and sets RLDLIST environment variable. However, if we attempt to:
export RLDLIST we get the following messages:
187103:/usr/bin/sleep: /sbin/loader: Fatal Error: cannot map /opt/weblogic/lib/tru64unix
187105:/bin/ksh: /sbin/loader: Fatal Error: cannot map /opt/weblogic/lib/tru64unix
Regards,
John

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