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From "Jason Bodnar" <>
Subject [users@httpd] Can only run Apache/2.0.40 with -X
Date Mon, 08 Mar 2004 20:24:51 GMT
Recently upgraded to Redhat 9 which comes with Apache/2.0.40. After putting
values from my old 1.3 httpd.conf into the default httpd.conf for 2.0 Apache
won't run. Or, more precisely, it looks like it ran fine but there aren't any
httpd processes. With ErrorLevel set to debug I see the following in my error_log:

[Mon Mar 08 14:21:19 2004] [info] Init: Initializing OpenSSL library
[Mon Mar 08 14:21:19 2004] [info] Init: Seeding PRNG with 136 bytes of entropy
[Mon Mar 08 14:21:19 2004] [info] Init: Generating temporary RSA private keys
(512/1024 bits)
[Mon Mar 08 14:21:19 2004] [info] Init: Generating temporary DH parameters
(512/1024 bits)
[Mon Mar 08 14:21:19 2004] [debug]
Inter-Process Session Cache (DBM) Expiry: old: 3, new: 2, removed: 1
[Mon Mar 08 14:21:19 2004] [info] Init: Initializing (virtual) servers for SSL
[Mon Mar 08 14:21:19 2004] [warn] RSA server certificate is a CA certificate
(BasicConstraints: CA == TRUE !?)
[Mon Mar 08 14:21:19 2004] [info] Server: Apache/2.0.40, Interface:
mod_ssl/2.0.40, Library: OpenSSL/0.9.7a
[Mon Mar 08 14:21:19 2004] [info] mod_unique_id: using ip addr

The last line seems kind of odd because the IP apache should be bound to is
.229. .226 is the primary interface for the machine this is running on.

But if I run apache with -X it runs fine (but extremely slow of course).

Any ideas?

Jason Bodnar

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