Directory Server searches for plug-in libraries with the library path that you specify with the -H option to the dsconf create-plugin command.
64-bit servers search for 64-bit libraries by adding a directory name to the end of the path name.
For example, if you specify -H /local/myplugins/mylib.so, a 64-bit Directory Server running on Solaris platforms searches for a 64-bit plug-in library that is named as follows:
A 32-bit Directory Server searches for 32-bit plug-in libraries with the exact path specified. A 32-bit Directory Server using the same configuration entry would search for the plug-in library named:
Directory Server fails to start when the server cannot find a plug-in library specified in the configuration entry.