On Sat, 07 Feb 2004 10:54:31 -0500 Kevin Coyner <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > > This one is weird. > > I'm running apache 1.3, and just did a restart, and it won't come up. > > When I execute 'apachectl start' I get: > > root@server1:$ apachectl start > Processing config directory: /etc/apache/conf.d > Processing config file: /etc/apache/conf.d/phpmyadmin > > Which is pretty normal. The "Debian method" for doing this is "/etc/init.d/apache restart". Have you tried this yet? > But when I check to see if it's running, it's not. No PID. Nothing. What command are you using to see if Apache is running? What makes you say it's not running? > When I execute 'apachectl configtest' I get: > > root@server1:$ apachectl configtest > Processing config directory: /etc/apache/conf.d > Processing config file: /etc/apache/conf.d/phpmyadmin > Syntax OK > > So my httpd.conf file is just fine. > > /var/log/apache/error.log doesn't give any clues. > > What am I missing? In a bit of a panic here ... Have you tried going to http://your.ip.add.ress/ to see if it's running or not? Was Apache installed through apt-get or did you compile from source? What version of Debian are you running? Jacob ----- GnuPG Key: 1024D/16377135 Windows, the yo-yo operating system; it goes up... it goes down... it goes up...
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