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AIX 5.1 and 5.2 Fast Response Cache Accelerator (FRCA) feature is now supported in IHS 2.0.47. For AIX 5.2, APAR IY49388 (fixed in PTF U495388 or ML 52B) is required.
In previous versions of IHS, to use the mod_ibm_ldap module, a separate IDS Client was needed. For this release, this requirement has been removed. A separate download of the IDS Client is no longer required on any supported platforms.
On SuSE SLES 8.0 (United Linux 1.0), please set the following environment variable before starting IHS 2.0.47 with SSL enabled (otherwise, IHS 2.0.47 will not start):
IHS 2.0.47 provides support for FIPS 140-2. To enable FIPS support, add SSLFIPSEnable directive to the httpd.conf file. Similarly, use SSLFIPSDisable directive to disable FIPS support.
FIPS support is disabled by default.
On AIX 5.1 or AIX 5.2, please make sure that the xlC.rte 6.0 runtime library (for example: xlC.rte.126.96.36.199) is installed before installing IHS 2.0.47. This runtime library is needed to install and use SSL with IHS 2.0.47 on these versions of AIX. This runtime library can be installed from the AIX 5.2 CD. However, it is not available on the AIX 5.1 CD. It can be downloaded from Fix Delivery Center for AIX 5 and AIX 4.3 web site.
193665 Update default httpd.conf configuration file 194004 Adding SSL read and write callbacks to the proxyPass code 194248 path to perl incorrect in apxs 194649 mod_cgid storage overlay 195962 fix ap_custom_response storage corruption PQ81108 IKeyMan fix for redhat 2.1AS PQ83048-IHS Expiring default CA and Inter cert cause prob create new .kdb PQ83559-IHS Configuring a SSLV2 cipher causes an error PQ85834 cumulative efixes for IHS 2, including: glibc incompatibility Fix ap_custom_response() storage corruption problem. Fix mod_dav problem with manipulating locks on some platforms. Add ThreadStackSize to resolve stack overflow with some third-party modules. Remove compile-time limit on LimitRequestLine config directive. Resolve CAN-2004-0174. Resolve CAN-2003-0542. Make mod_status show 'L' state for hung logging processes PQ82056 Remove FD_SETSIZE restrictions on client connections. PQ86671 Malform SSL record vunerability PQ81843 Enable Expires headers in error responses. PQ87339 GSKit won't install on Solaris with edge preinstalled