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Support for WebLogic Server 11gR1 (10.3.1+) Apache 2.2 Plug-In on zLinux (Doc ID 982143.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 28, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle WebLogic Server - Version 10.3.1 and later
IBM: Linux on System z
***Checked for relevance on 23-Oct-2012***

Details

Customers requiring support for the WebLogic Server (WLS) Apache 2.2.x plugin with zLinux will need a recompiled version of the WLS Apache 2.2.x plug-in distributed with WLS 11gR1 (10.3.1+). Customers can download the recompiled version of the WLS Apache 2.2.x plug-in for use with zLinux by downloading <Patch 9189919>.

The WebLogic Server Apache 2.2.x plugin provided for this purpose is 32-bit. The 64-bit version is not available.

Please note: the 32-bit version of Apache 2.2 is not available with the Red Hat and Novell distributions of zLinux (Oracle is working with IBM to ensure that this is addressed). Therefore, the customer will need to download Open Source Apache from Apache Software Foundation, build it, and install it on their system to be able to use the Oracle-provided Apache plug-in. Oracle will provide support for Apache plug-in issues only. For any Apache 2.2.x issues, the customer should address the Apache Web Server issues on their own or contact the Open Source community.

NOTE: This article discusses only the 10g plug-in for Apache 2.2.x (also known as the v1.0 plug-in). The 10g plug-ins use an old security library and are now deprecated. Oracle recommends that you use the 11g plug-ins (also known as the v1.1 plug-ins) instead. See http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E23943_01/web.1111/e16435/toc.htm and <Note 1111903.1> for more details.

Actions

Download the recompiled version of the WLS Apache 2.2.x plug-in for use with zLinux by downloading <Patch 9189919>.

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