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From Barrie Robinson <barrie.robin...@emotus.com>
Subject Re: Apache 3.0.29 IPv6 problem
Date Thu, 20 Jun 2002 22:17:45 GMT
From: Barrie Robinson <barrie.robinson@emotus.com>
Date: Thu Jun 20, 2002  10:04:37 PM Etc/GMT
To: musolino@pegasus.montclair.edu
Subject: Re: OSX & Apache

Have you ever had a problem after configuring the httpd.conf file. I did 
the other day and tried to start the server via the OSX share control 
panel. It just hung, with the 'starting up' message. Hence I've had to 
reinstall the system.

Thanks.


On Thursday, June 20, 2002, at 10:09 PM, Terry Simons wrote:

> Uh... I meant Apache 2.0.39 ;)
>
> hehehe
>
> - Terry
>
> On Thursday, June 20, 2002, at 03:59 PM, Terry Simons wrote:
>
>> Hi,
>>
>> I'm having a problem getting Apache 3.0.29 to run with IPv6 support.  
>> I know it works though, because the server started once 
>> successfully. :)
>>
>> I haven't changed any of the IPv6 configuration, though I did add some 
>> v4 stuff, but now httpd dies silently.  If I comment out my IPv6 
>> Listen directive the server starts up fine.
>>
>> There are no errors in my log files, and no errors that httpd reports.
>>
>> I've been using: "/usr/local/apache2/bin/apachectl start" to start my 
>> webserver.
>>
>> The server will startup if I comment out the IPv6 line, which is the 
>> following:
>>
>> Listen [3ffe:3700:0801:aaaa:0210:18ff:fe02:0868]:80
>>
>> Like I said earlier, the server started up once... and now if I have 
>> the above configuration line in my httpd.conf file, the httpd dies 
>> silently with no errors whatsoever.
>>
>> Commenting out that Listen directive fixes the problem.
>>
>> Also, the v6 Listen directive is identical to my 2.0.36 directive, 
>> which works fine...
>>
>> I've also tried turning the LogLevel up to "debug" but there are still 
>> no errors.
>>
>> Has anyone else had problems like this?
>>
>> Any suggestions on troubleshooting this?
>>
>> Thanks,
>>
>> Terry Simons
>> Lead Network Assistant
>> Marriott Library, University of Utah
>>
>>
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