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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 23403] - SSLSessionCache: Session Cache is not configured
Date Wed, 02 Mar 2005 12:49:28 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From trash_bin@nurfuerspam.de  2005-03-02 13:49 -------
(In reply to comment #1)
> Could you elaborate what do you mean by without SSL ?
> (do you mean SSLEngine = off ?)

The same thing happened to me after my Apache+mod_ssl already worked fine
(more or less out of the box, + providing self-signed cert and key and
invoking mod_ssl by having the "-D SSL" parameter set).

I erroneously issued "apache -k config", which I thought it will force Apache
to re-read the .conf files w/o restarting the service/daemon.

Instead, this command removed the "-D SSL" parameter from the registry settings
of the installed NT service, so that, after next machine reboot, Apache started
with loaded, but unconfigured mod_ssl.so (omitted reading the ssl.conf include
file).

The error msg seems to have warning character only - when you place a valid
SSLSessionCache directive somewhere in httpd.conf, the msg will disappear.

Check if "-D SSL" is still provided when you start the server. If not,
issuing an "apache -D SSL -n Apache2 -k config" will repair the damage.


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