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From rm ...@crescentconstruction.com>
Subject Re: says "httpd started" but doesn't start
Date Thu, 16 May 2002 01:25:10 GMT
Thanks Pete,

It seems you were right about the mod_perl.  After I recompiled the
mod-perl, it started like a champ. It responds correctly to the
apachectl, start, stop, and graceful commands.

Thanks again - that was driving me crazy,

Regis

On Wed, 2002-05-15 at 17:25, Pete Nelson wrote:
> The message about the overwritten pid is ok - Apache usually deletes the
> pid at normal shutdown, but it hasn't gotten that far yet . . . no big
> deal here.
> 
> The point about not being able to load Apache.pm tells me that
> something's wrong with your mod_perl.  First try commenting out the
> 'LoadModule perl_module ...' line, and any other directives that start
> with 'Perl' (unless they are wrapped in a <IfModule
> "mod_perl.c"></IfModule> - in which case just commenting out the
> 'LoadModule' line should do it).
> 
> Try that tactic first, and see if you can run Apache.
> 
> >>> rm@crescentconstruction.com 05/15/02 16:44 PM >>>
> 
>  Ok, I've searched the Faqs, the Google list, even "tek tips."  I've
>  found two posts about the same issue, but no resolution - here goes;
>  
>  On a clean install of Redhat 7.1 I've installed (from source)
>  Apache1.3.24, mod_perl, mod_ssl, openssl, php-4.2.1.  No error messages
>  at configure or make, completed the certificate makeup, and after
>  installing got the message, "you have successfully built and
>  installed...."
>  
>  But...
>  
>  The "apachectl start" command returns "httpd started."  But it's not
>  started  (no http process in ps aux, no pages served, no process in
>  gnome monitor.)
>  
>  The error log reads:[warn]pid file /usr/local/ssl-apache/logs/httpd.pid
>  overwritten -- Unclean shutdown of previous Apache run?  Apache.pm
>  failed to load.
>  
>  This is a clean install.  There are no previous apache runs, and even
> if
>  there were wouldn't they show up as a running process? (they don't)  I
>  get the same error message when using "httpd" or "httpd restart"
>  
>  Any ideas on where I've screwed up?
>  
>  Regis
>  
>  
> 
> 
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