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From bugzi...@apache.org
Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 30487] - Apache 2.0.50 refuses to serve pages when compiled with AIX 'xlc' ort 'xlc_r' compiler
Date Thu, 05 Aug 2004 11:35:56 GMT
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Apache 2.0.50 refuses to serve pages when compiled with AIX 'xlc' ort 'xlc_r' compiler

bozy@fgm.com.cy changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
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             Status|CLOSED                      |REOPENED
         Resolution|INVALID                     |



------- Additional Comments From bozy@fgm.com.cy  2004-08-05 11:35 -------
Well, I've been reading about this as well (perl, for example, does not even 
compile with '-O2', while it does with '-O2 -qstrict'). I have tried 'xlc_r -O' 
with Apache as well to no avail, while 'cc_r' compiles equally well with '-O' 
and '-O2' and I could not see any difference in Apache behavior so far (at 
least with PHP5/MySQL CGI scripts). To me looks more like a difference in set 
of default libraries to link with. 
Maybe this deserves to be put in some sort of README for Apache, since both AIX 
5.1 and C for AIX 6.0 are fairly recent products.
An excerpt from 'man xlc':
[quote]
-O        Optimize generated code.
-O2       Same as -O.
[unquote]

Actual 'httpd' binaries do not compare, when compiled with '-O' and '-O2'.
Maybe IBM does not tell all the truth...

regards

Alexey

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