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From bugzi...@apache.org
Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 8925] - Installer should log apache -k install results with -E installlog switch
Date Wed, 15 May 2002 03:29:14 GMT
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Installer should log apache -k install results with -E installlog switch

wrowe@apache.org changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
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            Summary|The new build would not     |Installer should log apache
                   |start due to service being  |-k install results with -E
                   |unloaded/not installed after|installlog switch
                   |a successfull installation  |
                   |and reboot.                 |



------- Additional Comments From wrowe@apache.org  2002-05-15 03:29 -------

  Look in Start ... Settings ... Control Panel ... Administrative Tools.

  Is Apache2 in the list?

  If so, look in the Event viewer (also in Administrative Tools) under the
  Applications list for the last few events, you may find an apache error
  reported there (before the service could even open the log files.)

  If not, I suspect that [although it started somehow] you either have some
  automatic system configuration/restore tools running, or that you had another
  web server running on port 80 when you attempted to install Apache.  Stop other
  web servers and reinstall Apache.

  Either way, we aught to change the installer to output error results to the
  installation log (that the awk script creates) by using the new -E errorlog
  command line option when attempting to install Apache.  This way, the user
  will be told the results of attempting to install the service for future
  troubleshooting of this sort.

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