Apache problems

Louis LeBlanc FreeBSD at keyslapper.net
Thu Aug 4 18:45:49 GMT 2005

On 08/04/05 10:26 AM, Bryan Maynard sat at the `puter and typed:
> I know this isn't directly freebsd related, but this list has been good 
> to me before.

I know exactly what you mean . . .

> I am running 5-STABLE. I installed Apache 2.1.4 using make install clean 
> after updating my ports collection. Everything seemed to go fine. I 
> then installed mod_php5 via make install clean. I added 
> thereallm.org to my /etc/hosts file (I am testing this box before I 
> send it out for co-located hosting). When I run apachectl start I get 
> no errors - even with -e, but there's no pid for apache or httpd in top 
> (via "top | grep httpd" or "top | grep apache").

ps -ax | grep httpd
to see if it's running.

If not, you should be able to start it with this:
/usr/local/etc/rc.d/apache2.sh start

BTW, none of my business, but you might want to consider sticking with
a RELEASE version of FreeBSD for production environments.  For the
most part, I'm sure STABLE is fine, but it can still have some minor
glitches that would be a pain to deal with in a remote system.

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