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From "William A. Rowe, Jr." <wr...@rowe-clan.net>
Subject Re: [VOTE] httpd 2.2.12 tarballs
Date Sat, 25 Jul 2009 18:55:47 GMT
Rainer Jung wrote:
> On 25.07.2009 18:36, William A. Rowe, Jr. wrote:
>> Rainer Jung wrote:
>>> On 25.07.2009 16:05, Rainer Jung wrote:
>>>> 5) Starting a service only works using the ApacheMonitor or the Windows
>>>> Service Control. Using the commandline httpd.exe I can not start the
>>>> service. The event log shows:
>>>>
>>>> [Sat Jul 25 15:11:03 2009] [notice] Disabled use of AcceptEx() WinSock2 API
>>>>
>>>> (OS 10048)Normalerweise darf jede Socketadresse (Protokoll,
>>>> Netzwerkadresse oder Anschluss) nur jeweils einmal verwendet werden.  :
>>>> make_sock: could not bind to address 127.0.0.1:8000
>>>>
>>>> no listening sockets available, shutting down
>>>>
>>>> Unable to open logs
>>>>
>>>> So there's a warning about using IP address or port twice. I did check,
>>>> that no other process uses the port and starting via ApacheMonitor with
>>>> the same config is no problem. So I guess (wildly), that we have a bug
>>>> when starting from the commandline, resulting in the parent and the
>>>> child both trying to do the bind.
>>> Additional logging shows: the commandline process sets up the listeners
>>> for itself, and also the service when it tries to start.
>> Interesting because I see no similar fault (using 2.2.13-dev and will
>> retest with 2.2.12).  How are you invoking httpd.exe?  What additional
>> modules had you loaded?  (Perhaps one also creates listening sockets?)
>> If you simplify your config to apache httpd shipped modules, is all
>> well again?
> 
> httpd -k uninstall
> httpd -k install
> httpd -k start

You -do- understand that the service control manager can be very poor
at completing a service removal until the next reboot?  There are lots
of interesting delays to uninstalling.  I presume you -k stop'ed first.
It has bitten me more than once.

Maybe your "shut down now" comment is a really brilliant idea :)

> httpd -k install myserv
> httpd -k start myserv

I hope you mean -n in there ... Cut and paste would give me more
confidence in helping you debug instead of chasing ghosts :)

> Default config except for the disabled acceptex and non-standard port
> 8000. No 3rd-party modules.

I disabled acceptex, as you had (standard port though) on a guess that
it might be the difference.  I never use the mode and deleted it already
from trunk.

> I'll happily retest with the official windows source archive and I'm
> going to narrow it down.
> 
> I saw that there's not really any difference in the winnt mpm between 11
> and 12, so I'll shut down now and come back when I really know the
> reason. The above remark about the commandline process opening the
> socket is somehow garbage. It was always like that, but the socket is
> closed again directly before invoking the service. Give me a little time
> for analysis before I broadcast more incomplete incomplete explanations.

Sure thing, will look forward to hearing whatever you discover!

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