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Bug#731531: apache2ctl doesn't create /var/run/apache2/

Hi Harald,

On 06.12.2013 11:47, Harald Dunkel wrote:
> Package: apache2
> Version: 2.2.22-13
> I have to start apache using a dedicated account and
> 	sudo /usr/sbin/apache2ctl -f /my/apache2.conf -k graceful
> instead of root and "/etc/init.d/apache2 start". Problem:
> apache2 fails to start with
> 	Cannot create SSLMutex with file `/var/run/apache2/ssl_mutex'
> /var/run/apache2/ doesn't exist.
> This is not graceful.

Indeed. However, you seem to use your own configuration by bypassing the
apache2 init.d scripts. In this case, I claim, It's legit to assume that
you take care of creating the directories you need in your (private)
configuration yourself.

I'd think that it is Debian's job to provide an environment which can be
started off the default configuration, but you seem to use a private
setup instead.

with kind regards,
Arno Töll
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