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Re: Apache seems to depend on nscd

On Wed, 28 Jul 1999, Shane Wegner wrote:

> Hi,
> I am not sure whether this is an Apache bug or a bug in the system but it
> seems that if you pull out nscd, apache will not start.  This is the
> latest potato.  Also, if nscd is running, host caching has to be turned on
> or Apache won't start.  Kinda strange.
> I don't want to run nscd because it really scrues up reverse lookups with
> host cache.
> Is this a glibc bug or an Apache issue?

I have had the same problem with php and apache. Apache wouldn't start
after I removed php. It turned out I had configured apache to load the php
module. Re-configuring apache (so it didn't try to load the php module)
solved the problem. Could this problem be of similar nature?

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