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From "Dwayne Miller" <dmil...@espgroup.net>
Subject Re: problem running 2.0.28 as Win2k service (was 2.0.18)
Date Wed, 12 Dec 2001 15:45:26 GMT
Did you build with SSL support?  Does the MSI file contain SSL support? 
 I've also experienced your problem and would like to track it down.

Dave Seidel wrote:

>More info:
>
>I just installed the official 2.0.28 msi installer, and (of course) put it
>into a different directory from the one into which I installed the 2.0.28
>binary I built myself.  The httpd.conf configuration is identical except for
>Listen (7171 vs. 7070), the server name, and the directory locations.  The
>service is configured (by default) to logon as the LocalSystem account, and
>the install directory has the usual "full control for everyone" permissions
>as inherited from the root directory, all of which is exactly the way I had
>the locally-built version configured, at least initially.
>
>Although the installer did *not* install the service, I did so using -k
>install, then I fired up ApacheMonitor and started up the service from
>there.
>
>IT WORKS.
>
>So now my question is: what is the difference between the binaries I built
>and the binaries ASF built, and why?  What exactly is causing the
>service-based configuration to fail in my build, but not in the ASF build?
>Since at least one other person has the same problem, there must be
>something there.  I can't reply on the ASF-supplied binary, because I'm
>developing something that will require a custom-built binary.
>
>FYI, I did my local build using VC 6.0, using the InstallBin target in the
>IDE, using all the project files as they came from the zip archive.
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Dave Seidel [mailto:dave@mindreef.com]
>Sent: Tuesday, December 11, 2001 3:53 PM
>To: dev@httpd.apache.org
>Subject: RE: problem running 2.0.28 as Win2k service (was 2.0.18)
>
>
>This is precisely the same as what I'm seeing, the only difference being
>that I built from the 2.0.28 archive.
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Dwayne Miller [mailto:dmiller@espgroup.net]
>Sent: Tuesday, December 11, 2001 3:46 PM
>To: dev@httpd.apache.org
>Subject: Re: problem running 2.0.28 as Win2k service (was 2.0.18)
>
>
>I just compiled the latest CVS tree under Win32.  Runs fine when started
>as a normal user from command line.  However, I see the following error
>when trying to start the service as an administrator. I have installed
>the service prior to this with no apparent errors (it appears in the
>services manager).
>
>D:\Apache2>bin\apache -k start -n Apache2
>Starting the Apache2 service
>[Tue Dec 11 15:32:33 2001] [crit] (23497)Overlapped I/O operation is in
>progress
>  : Apache2: Failed to start the service process.
>
>There are no errors in the log files
>Using net start Apache2 simply reports that service could not start
>
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