Undefined reference to `as_key_init_strp'



I have written a small C program that uses the C client library (Ubuntu 16.04 - latest client version as of this date) to connect to Aerospike.

I am using the following command to compile:

g++ -o dim.out -L/usr/lib/ -laerospike -I/usr/include/ dimension_reader.cpp main.cpp

I get this error during compilation:

/tmp/cchIjT7W.o: In function `as_key_init_str':
dimension_reader.cpp:(.text+0x1f54): undefined reference to `as_key_init_strp'
/tmp/cchIjT7W.o: In function `DimensionReader::DimensionReader(char const*, int)':
dimension_reader.cpp:(.text+0x1f75): undefined reference to `as_config_init'
dimension_reader.cpp:(.text+0x1f8e): undefined reference to `as_config_add_host'
dimension_reader.cpp:(.text+0x1fa8): undefined reference to `aerospike_init'
dimension_reader.cpp:(.text+0x1fc8): undefined reference to `aerospike_connect'

I have all the libraries and header files on my system. Any idea what could be the cause of this?

Any help much appreciated.

Thanks! Aashish


C++ programs are supported in Ubuntu 16.04. Please provide source code that does not compile.


Hi Brian,

Please find below my source code which is not getting compiled using gcc and providing error message as :

"test.c:(.text+0x1e1b): undefined reference to `as_config_init'
collect2: error: ld returned 1 exit status"
"#include stdio.h"
"#include stdlib.h"
"#include aerospike/aerospike_batch.h"
"#include aerospike/aerospike.h"
"#include aerospike/as_config.h"
"#include aerospike/as_error.h"
int main()
        as_error err;
        as_config config;


        printf("End of Program! Success!\n");



This seems a basic programming and linking issue not related to Aerospike.

I would recommend going back to the basics, by start looking at the ample number of example programs provided in the package.