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From "JP" ...@tulane.edu>
Subject RE: [users@httpd] Apache 2.0 on AIX 5.3
Date Fri, 09 Jun 2006 17:12:45 GMT
...
> However, no matter what I do the resulting httpd will not load any module:
...
> That is all I get, two lines.  (If I comment out the LoadModule
> 
> directive on line 233 -- and all other LoadModule directives, I
> 
> instead get the expected error: "Invalid command 'Order', perhaps
> 
> mis-spelled or defined by a module not included in the server
> 
> configuration")
> 
This message is because you commented out some of the mod_auth* modules.
I'm not sure which one contains the "Order" directive, but it's one of
those.

> 
> 
> This seemed a lot like the behaviour outlined in the article in "B18 - AIX
> 5.1
> 
> ML 0 won't build a server that will load DSOs", even though I am
> 
> running AIX 5.2.  However, there is an apache 1.3 that was built a
> 
> long time ago by someone who is no longer around, and it uses
> 
> LoadModule fine.  (The only LoadModule lines in the 1.3 httpd.conf are
> 
> mod_jk and libphp ... while 2.0 comes with a plethora of modules, but I
> 
> digress)
> 
I've got Apache 2.2.2 with DSO support working on AIX 5.2 with version 5 of
the C for AIX compiler.
...
> 
> CC=xlc_r ./configure --prefix=/usr/apache2 --with-mpm=worker
> 
> --enable-so --enable-layout=Apache --enable-mods-shared=most
> 
> --enable-maintainer-mode --with-expat=`pwd`/srclib/apr-util/xml/expat
> 
> --enable-static-support --without-berkeley-db && make && make install
> 
> 

When I ran configure, I didn't set the CC var.  Also, since apr is provided
in the distribution, I just used what it came with - didn't install anything
separately (libtool, etc.).  I recommend the bootstrap approach.  Get the
build running correctly with the default parameters then start adding one
parameter at a time.  I can say 2.2.2 works fine in my environment, but I've
never built Apache using the environment you've specified (2.0.58 w/ xlc 6).

JP


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