Apache stopped working after upgrade to 6.2-stable

Chris Byrnes chris at JEAH.net
Thu Feb 8 04:42:19 UTC 2007

Thank you for your help.  It ended up being a bad ssl.key - who would have 
thought that?  Ugh! I got really lucky while "poking around" and figured 
it out.


On Wed, 7 Feb 2007, Joseph Olatt wrote:

> On Wed, Feb 07, 2007 at 04:16:59PM +0100, Marko Lerota wrote:
>> Chris Byrnes <chris at JEAH.net> writes:
>>> Of course there had to be something. ;)
>>> Apache won't start.  I cannot figure out why.  No one I've asked can
>>> seem to figure out, either.  So I turn to you and cross my fingers
>>> that this is something others have experienced.
>>> Configtest says it's fine.  apachectl start says it starts.  But it
>>> actually doesn't.  Nothing in /var/log/messages, nothing in
>>> /var/log/httpd-error.log - and nothing in
>>> /usr/local/etc/apache/logs/error_log.
>>> I've deinstalled and reinstalled - same problem.
>> Check out the /etc/hosts file. Maybe your upgrade installed
>> the default hosts file so you dont have any more entry that
>> apache used to figure server's fully qualified domain name.
> Does /etc/rc.conf have a line similar to the following?
> apache22_enable="YES"
> (I'm running apache-2.2.4, hence apache22. In your case, could be
> apachecXX_enable="YES" where XX is your apache version.)
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