How to Choose Between 32-bit & 64-bit agents

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Issue/Introduction

We are going to install the latest webagent for an application in our environment, but we see there are two linux versions:
ca-
wa-12.52-sp01-crXX-linux-x86-64.zip
ca-
wa-12.52-sp01-crXX-rhel30.zip

The environment is running RHEL 7.x and
apache 2.x
Which version we should install for our environment?


Environment

Release:
Component: SMAPC

Resolution


Installing Agent depends on the Apache version.  That is, if the
Apache is 32 bit, then you have to install a 32 bit Agent. If it is
64bit, then install a 64bit Agent.

From the choice you have, the first is 64bit and the second mentioning
(rhel30) is 32bit :

  ca-
wa-12.52-sp01-crXX-linux-x86-64.zip
  ca-
wa-12.52-sp01-crXX-rhel30.zip

To know the bit level of apache on linux (CLI) :

#apachectl -V
OR
#httpd -v

To know the bit level of
apache on Windows(CLI):
"C:\Program Files\[Apache directories]\bin\httpd.exe" -v