This should answerer you question
I've installed Bugzilla a few times in the past on Microsoft machines
in the past, never really had any problems. I came to setup bugzilla
on a Windows 2003 R2 64-bit machine, already running IIS 6, MySQL 5.0
64 bit, windows setups are pretty simple from the Installing Bugzilla
on Microsoft Windows instructions provided.
Grabbed a 64 bit version of active perl, installed and worked fine
from IIS, however when running the checksetup.pl I could not get "ppm>
install DBD-mysql" to work at all. When I manually specified theory58S
package URL manually the penny dropped with platform architecture not
After some hunting around, found this post summerising what I had
Long and short of it use the Perl 32 bit version from active perl for
Bugzilla because the 64bit ActiveState version does not appear to
support the DBD-mysql.
When running checksetup ignore the OCI.DLL not found unless you plan
to use Oracle instead of mysql.
Noting there might be a 64bit version of DBD-mysql available for
windows & active perl somewhere but this solved my problem quickly.
-- Adam Kett