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From Future Shock Business Solutions <>
Subject [users@httpd] Apache 2.0.44 / WIN98 upgrade issues
Date Tue, 21 Jan 2003 19:41:22 GMT
Ok, I'll throw my stuff out. I see a couple of posts re: upgrading to 2.0.44
on other platforms and with different/similar(?) issues, so here's mine.

Platform: WIN98
Previous install: Apache 2.0.43

After going through the removal and re-install from msi, typical
Edited httpd.conf as needed for basic testing.

Attempt to start Apache.


C:\Windows\Desktop>apache -k start
[Sun !! :-)

(note: my rendition of a smiley that seems to appear on that line)

C:\Windows\Desktop>apache results in invalid operation error.

If I try to start it in the console (from my previous installation), or from
the new Start --> Programs --> Apache... --> Control Apache Server -->
Start, I get an invalid operation error

Debug shows the following:
6FF18A08   mov         dl,byte ptr [ecx+eax*4]
Context: LIBHTTP! 6ff18a08()

Details shows the following:
APACHE caused an invalid page fault in
module LIBHTTPD.DLL at 0167:6ff18a08.
EAX=0000dc4c CS=0167 EIP=6ff18a08 EFLGS=00010206
EBX=00000005 SS=016f ESP=0057dc58 EBP=00000034
ECX=6eed5758 DS=016f ESI=0000000a FS=4ff7
EDX=0057dc60 ES=016f EDI=00000005 GS=0000
Bytes at CS:EIP:
8a 14 81 8d 04 81 8b 4c 24 38 88 11 8a 50 01 41
Stack dump:
00000005 00000070 000ad570 00000000 00000000 0000001a 00000057 0000005d
00007b94 0000dc4c 00016392 00029b36 24a65dc9 6ff0d84f 0057dcad aaf107f0

I get the appropriate error, access logs, as well as a file on
occasion, but both logs are empty, so nothing is being written to the error
log (usually get he usual messages). However, Ctl+Alt+Del shows no Apache
tasks running, and I can't connect to localhost.

Test configuration shows Syntax OK.

DOS window quickly displays before disappearing:
Sun.. Note the error number or message...

My woes, anyway.
Eric (FSBS)

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