Re: Woody: Apache SSL not starting
On Tue, 2002-04-09 at 16:20, Holger Rauch wrote:
> I installed the apache-ssl package from Woody. When I try to start it
> using "/etc/init.d/apache-ssl start" I get the following messages leading
> to the impression that apache-ssl was started correctly:
> Starting web server: apache-sslReading key for server
> Launching... /usr/lib/apache-ssl/gcache
> When I do a "psauxwww | grep 4070 | grep -v grep" I don't see this PID, so
> it was obviously not started. Looking in "/var/log/apache-ssl/error.log" I
> found these lines:
> [Tue Apr 9 10:15:51 2002] /usr/lib/apache-ssl/gcache started
> [Tue Apr 9 10:15:52 2002] [crit] (98)Address already in
> use: make_sock: could not bind to port 443
> So I did a "netstat -avi | grep 443" but that yielded nothing. So there is
> no program that opened a socket on port 443 as the apache-ssl logs
> What could have caused this error that obviously prevents apache-ssl from
> starting correctly?
> By the way, the "normal" apache (without SSL support) starts up without
> any problems. Do I need to start both of them (apache and apache-ssl) for
> a working Apache SSL config?
> Thanks in advance for any info!
Its probably your virtual host settings in Apache-SSL. If you remove
them from the ssl config, does it start?
If so, try the following format...
I vaguely remember reading somewhere aswell that https:// needs
individual IP numbers for every virtual domains. That is ip based
virtuals not name based virtuals. Thus every virtual https:// domain
must have its own IP because of the protocol.
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