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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 31765] - Apache can not start in MS Winxp Service Pack 2
Date Thu, 02 Mar 2006 15:03:54 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From wrowe@apache.org  2006-03-02 16:03 -------
> Tried in Apache 1.3, same problem, 

That's quite bad news; Apache 1.3 was much 'simpler' in using socket I/O, and
system calls.  It didn't take advantage of any 'features' specific to Windows.

"antispyware" "antivirus" "firewall" applications can all interfere with a
-server- such as httpd.  Port 80 or your port of choice must be unblocked,
and those program's bugs affect apache.  Many insert themselves into the
sockets layer; then do not support the entire sockets API correctly causing
other applications to misbehave.  Microsoft Netmeeting seems to trip over many
of the same drivers and utilities that interfere with Apache HTTP server.

I would list the usual corrections to DisableWin32AcceptEx, EnableMMAP off,
and EnableSendfile off.  But if Apache 1.3 also fails, this is not promising.

> does Apache Group read bugzilla 

yes

> and try to resolve it?

no

Nothing's written here to tell us what's specifically wrong with the program.
Me, personally?  I won't run MS Crippleware such as XP Home, so really can't
reproduce this problem myself.  I don't see this problem on XP Pro SP2.

Try uninstalling the various antispyware/antivirus/firewall programs you have
installed, one at a time, reboot each time.  Report back which program caused
you this interference.



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