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From Dharmendra.T <>
Subject Re: Simple Root Question
Date Fri, 31 May 2002 05:39:02 GMT
On Thursday 30 May 2002 02:19 pm, Eddie Castelli wrote:
Check the error log file. You will get the some info there. 
	While shutting down I hope the apache daemon is not able to remove the pid 
file. This may be because of the file permission. The apache user is not able 
to delete the file I hope. try reinstalling the web server or else write a 
script so that while shutting down it should remove the pid file
Linux Security Specialist

> Dear Apache Community
> After Installing the Apache v1.3.23 an d adjusting the httpd.config
> DocumentRoot and <Directory ...> I chequed in running phpinfo.php
> (file://localhost/phpinfo.php) and it worked fine (see my Directory
> Structure below). But now - don't ask me why - my browser wants to
> save this file. It doesn't know the php ext.
> Let me give you an other Information - probably it has to do with it.
> When 'stopping' apache with 'apache.exe -k shutdown' and reboot then
> start apache it will tell me:
>   [warn] pid file ' overwritten -- Unclean shutdown of
>   previous Apache run?
> I truly don't understand this msg as I did stop apache and just
> rebooted over the start menu.
> Could please someone give me a hand in getting apache running? Thank
> you and have a nice day :-)
> DIR-Structure:
>   C:\Apache                             - apache main dir
>   C:\dev\ec\loc\www55                   - DocumentRoot
>   C:\dev\ec\loc\www55\html              - ... and below as Online on Server
>   C;\dev\ec\loc\www55\html\phpinfo.php  - standard php file


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