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From Pete Stokes <>
Subject [users@httpd] SSL problem binding to port 444
Date Fri, 30 Apr 2004 17:54:49 GMT

I have http.conf working in HTTP/S from ports 80/443, but I move these 
to 81/444, and can access my site for a short time before I get 
SIGFAULTS. - I want this to have a live site on 80/443 and a test site 
on 81/444 - forwarding to Tomcat on 8080/8081 respectively.

I've just noticed that when I do apachectl startssl, it tell me it's 
starting (RSA).

Do I need to compile mod_ssl in seperately ? I can't seem to find any 
info about changing the port so any suggestions are appreciated.

Also checked /etc/services in case.


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