jerrymc at clunix.cl.msu.edu
Mon Apr 19 06:25:39 PDT 2004
> Jiye Zeng wrote:
> >Dear Sir,
> >First of all, I apologize for bothering you. The number of emails you have to deal with is
> >beyond my imagination. I apologize for adding another.
> >I installed FreeBSD 5.2.1 without X. Since I intend to use the system as an internal server
> >for our research group, I installed no package except for mod_php4-4.3.5_7,1 and
> >mc-4.6.0_7. Apache-1.3.29_3 and a few other packages are installed as well as dependent
> >packages of those two. The security level was set to 2 during installation. The problem is
> >apache won't start by boot and can't be restarted by apachectl.
> >I tried to find the solution from the manual and from searching the web, but no luck. I
> >tried by changing configuration of rc.conf (e.g., enable/disable security and inetd) and
> >checking httpd.conf, still no luck. I dont't know where is problem. Would please give me
> >advice. Many thanks.
> Assuming the daemon doesn't start, what happens when you run:
> #apachectl configtest
> If no errors are reported, what output do you get from the console when
> you type:
> #apachectl start
> If that fails to start the daemon (test with #ps ax | grep httpd),
Just a hint here - you might need the 'w' flag to see the httpd as in
ps -axw | grep httpd
Depends on how wide the display line is.
Of course I usually use the 'u' flag which makes the output line
> #/usr/local/etc/rc.d/apache.sh start
> and also check the logs for messages that might help understand the
> problem. By default, /var/log/httpd-errors.log
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