Considerations for building dynamic modules on Unix platforms
There are restrictions that you must consider when building dynamic modules for Windows platforms.
There are restrictions that you must consider when building dynamic modules for Unix platforms.
The following restrictions apply when building a module to run with IBM® HTTP Server:
- Modules and libraries added to IBM HTTP Server must match the webservers architecture.
- For IBM HTTP Server 7.0 and earlier, IBM HTTP Server is a 64-bit application on HP-UX/ia64 and Solaris/x64. IBM HTTP Server is a 32-bit application on other platforms, regardless of which WebSphere Application Server supplement CD it was installed from.
- IBM HTTP Server 8.0 adds the ability to choose at installation time between 32-bit and 64-bit binaries on Linux (all architectures), AIX, and Solaris/SPARC.