no apache22, php5 cores
bmettee at pchotshots.com
Fri Jan 21 23:15:55 UTC 2011
Gary Kline wrote:
> On Fri, Jan 21, 2011 at 05:01:25PM -0500, Brad Mettee wrote:
> Works, altho it ignores my orginal nameserver , it is happy with
>> If it resolves, then bind9 isn't your problem. Try this instead and
>> see what happens:
>> telnet www.thought.org 80
> Times out. I hope this means sometimg!
>> Also, netstat should show port 80 open and waiting for a connection too.
> I didn't try netstat during the telnet try, but netstat alone
> [from here on my desktop] looks interesting. (I don't use it
> that often).
> I'll paste in some output; you tell me if it looks interesting!
> ctive Internet connections (w/o servers)
> Proto Recv-Q Send-Q Local Address Foreign Address
> tcp 0 0 tao.thought.org:37916 22.214.171.124:www
> tcp 0 0 tao.thought.org:55475 unknown.iad.scnet.n:www
> tcp 0 0 tao.thought.org:46990 126.96.36.199:www
> tcp 0 0 tao.thought.org:44131 ethic.thought.org:imaps
> tcp 0 0 tao.thought.org:58950 ethic.thought.org:imap2
> tcp 0 1 tao.thought.org:34636 188.8.131.52:www
> tcp 0 0 tao.thought.org:38330 184.108.40.206:www
> tcp 0 0 tao.thought.org:51084 cds309.sea.llnw.net:www
> tcp 0 0 tao.thought.org:60963 pz-in-f147.1e100.ne:www
> tcp 0 0 tao.thought.org:56229 220.127.116.11:www
> tcp 0 0 tao.thought.org:42114 ethic.thought.org:ssh
> tcp 0 336 tao.thought.org:59156 addons.acelb.sj.m:https
> Active UNIX domain sockets (w/o servers)
> Proto RefCnt Flags Type State I-Node Path
> unix 2 [ ] DGRAM 4578
> Looking at, say, the first "Foreign Address", does that mean
> that 18.104.22.168:www is looking at my www? Or I connected
> with his
Those lines mean you're connected to them.
Post your output from this:
netstat -an | grep tcp
This should show current connections AND current listening sockets. If
you don't see anything on *.80, then httpd isn't running, or at least
isn't listening on the right port.
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