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From Jeff Trawick <traw...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] apr_off_t mismatch
Date Wed, 09 Nov 2011 21:22:35 GMT
On Wed, Nov 9, 2011 at 1:07 PM, Asaf Dalet <asaf.dalet@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> i have a problem which is bugging me for a couple of days now:
>
> i have a module written for apache 2.2.x and compiled as 32-bit on solaris 9
> SPARC 64-bit.
> i have a precompiled apache core on a different solaris 9 (also 64-bit).
>
> the problem: sizeof(request_rec) in the module <> sizeof(request_rec) in the
> precompiled apache core.
>
> my suspicion is that sizeof(apr_off_t) is different between the binaries. My
> module has it as 8 bytes and the apache core has it as 4 bytes.
>
> two questions:
> 1. how can this be? can i compile apache to use 4 bytes apr_off_t on a 64
> bit solaris?

Is this the issue?

Solaris-bundled Apache httpd 2.0 was built with LFS after a certain
patch some years ago, but regular Apache httpd 2.0 builds are not.
Thus, your module must be built specifically for Solaris-bundled httpd
or for standard builds of httpd.

> 2. is it possible to force the compiler to compile my module with 4 bytes
> apr_off_t?

Use Solaris-bundled Apache httpd's apxs.

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