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  How to find out a Unix system library files are 32-bit or 64-bit
     
  Add Date : 2018-11-21      
         
       
         
  Sometimes, we need to know the number of bits of the operating system, or configure the plug when the main program needs to know the number of bits (for example, configuration apache widget when you need to know in order to configure the number of bits apache plugin) The easiest way is to execute file commands, such as:

file command

Linux:

# File libnss1_files-2.2.4.so
libnss1_files-2.2.4.so: ELF 32-bit LSB shared object, Intel80386, version 1, not stripped
# File libtrsbean.so
libtrsbean.so: ELF 64-bit LSB shared object, version 1, not stripped
AIX:

32 not stated

#file /usr/ccs/lib/mcrt0.o
/usr/ccs/lib/mcrt0.o: executable (RISC System / 6000) orobjectmodulenot stripped
#file /usr/ccs/lib/mcrt0_64.o
/usr/ccs/lib/mcrt0_64.o: 64-bit XCOFF executable orobjectmodulenot stripped
Solaris:

# File libmp.so
libmp.so: ELF 32- bit MSB dynamic libraries SPARC version 1, dynamically linked, not removed
od command

Further od command via binary view view libraries can also resolve this problem, but it is difficult, not insurance. The results are given below in the different systems, for reference (because only in a version of the operating system to do the following test, the following results can not accommodate all versions of all systems)

Linux

32 paragraph 4 is 0101; 64, paragraph 4 is 0102. -h represented by hexadecimal 2-byte integer view, low bit integer also adjusted (eg 7f45 become 457f); -N 10 represents 10 bytes of view.

#od -h -N 10 32.so
      0000000457f464c 0101 00010000
#od -h -N 10 64.so
      0000000457f464c 0102 0001 0000
Solaris

And Linux is almost, but the Linux -h parameter becomes -x. In addition the results are not the same, Solaris is in accordance with the byte order shown, Linux is based on 2-byte integer hexadecimal view, we will adjust the high and low.

#od -x -N 10 32.so
    00000007f454c46010101000000
#od -x -N 10 64.so
    00000007f454c46010201000000
AIX

32 is 01df; 64 bits are 01f7

#od -N 10 -h crt0_r.o
    0000000 01df 00033d65462a0000
#od -N 10 -h mcrt0_64.o
      0000000 01f7 00033fe27fd50000
HP Unix

No practice, just open two files by UltraEdit xxx32.sl and xxx64.sl and comparing the first few bytes (HP library file is .sl not end .so ending). Similar findings were 64 files and Linux / Solaris is.

0210010e051240
7f454c46020201
     
         
       
         
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