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Re: Default virtualhost on Debian Jessie with Apache 2.4.10

Daniel Bareiro wrote:
> Marco Stoecker wrote:
> > I do have the same issue. I disabled the default config in
> > "sites-enabled" (which in fact removed the symbolic link to the
> > 000-default.conf in "sites-available") and did a restart of apache, but
> > still the default page is showing up. I there another way to disable the
> > default site? I'd like to have only the mailman site enabled.
> Thanks for confirm the behavior that I had mentioned. I don't remember
> this happening with Apache 2.2.22 on Debian Wheezy. So at the beginning
> of this thread I had asked whether it is likely that this configuration
> is compiled into Apache.

I cannot reproduce the behavior that you have reported.  I had
previously tested on my Sid system.  I just now debootstrap'd a
pristine Jessie 8 system and tested and apache2 is not listening to
port 80 after performing the following configuration which was
previously discussed in this thread.

Ensure that no web server is running in the host environment.

  service apache2 stop
  service nginx stop
  service ... stop  # ... any other installed web servers ...
  wget -O/dev/null -S
  --2015-05-05 17:01:51--
  Connecting to failed: Connection refused.
  ... Good.  No web servers are running as verified above. ...

Then set up a pristine test case system in a chroot.

  debootstrap jessie /srv/chroot/jessie http://http.debian.net/debian
  mount -o bind /proc /srv/chroot/jessie/proc
  chroot /srv/chroot/jessie su -
  apt-get install apache2
  ln -sfn ../sites-available/default-ssl.conf /etc/apache2/sites-enabled/000-default.conf
  a2enmod ssl
  sed --in-place '/^Listen 80/s/^/# /' /etc/apache2/ports.conf
  service apache2 restart

At that point apache is running.  It is not listening on port 80.

  # wget -O/dev/null -S
  --2015-05-05 17:01:51--
  Connecting to failed: Connection refused.

It is listening on port 443 with ssl.

  # wget -O/dev/null -S -q --no-check-certificate
    HTTP/1.1 200 OK
    Date: Tue, 05 May 2015 23:01:14 GMT
    Server: Apache/2.4.10 (Debian)
    Last-Modified: Tue, 05 May 2015 22:47:53 GMT
    ETag: "2b60-5155d780793dc"
    Accept-Ranges: bytes
    Content-Length: 11104
    Vary: Accept-Encoding
    Keep-Alive: timeout=5, max=100
    Connection: Keep-Alive
    Content-Type: text/html

Please double check and ensure that you have accomplished all of the
required steps again.  I feel certain that one of them has been left

If you still think there is a problem then try the above steps to
reproduce it using a pristine system.  Then compare the pristine
environment to the problem environment.


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