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From "Harish Sundaram" <harish.sunda...@patni.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Apache 2.0.53 not responding on a 64-bit Windows 2003 Itanium machine
Date Fri, 06 May 2005 05:55:46 GMT
Hi,

I'd like to elaborate on the problem faced by Santosh and myself......

We ported the Apache 2.0.53 source code to make it work fine on Win2K3
Itanium Machine. After successfully compiling and installing Apache, we
started the apache service using:
***********************************************
apache\bin$$   apache -k install
apache\bin$$   apache -k start
***********************************************

This started Apache Service successfully. The error log had the following
entries:
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[Fri May 06 10:01:25 2005] [notice] Apache/2.0.53 (Win32) DAV/2
configured -- resuming normal operations
[Fri May 06 10:01:25 2005] [notice] Server built: May  5 2005 10:06:43
[Fri May 06 10:01:25 2005] [notice] Parent: Created child process 2824
[Fri May 06 10:01:25 2005] [notice] Child 2824: Child process is running
[Fri May 06 10:01:25 2005] [notice] Child 2824: Acquired the start mutex.
[Fri May 06 10:01:25 2005] [notice] Child 2824: Starting 250 worker threads.
************************************************
The httpd.pid file also got created with the pid.
Also, using Start->Programs->Administrative Tools->Service, I checked out
that the Apache Service was up and running.

Now, we tried to access the default page using IE on the same Win2K3
machine.
http://localhost:8092/
and also using:
http://172.26.12.56:8092/
After hitting enter, the browser thinks about this for an eternity and then
displays an error page saying that the Server cannot be reached.
The Apache Server access log remains empty i.e. no entry is made in it. No
additions are made to the error log.
Does this mean that although apache is running, we are not able to reach it?
What could be the reason for this? Is there some network related setting
required?

We also tried using telnet...
GET http://localhost:8092/ HTTP/1.1
HOST: mypc
Even using telnet, no response is obtained.

Need some help on this......

Thanks and Regards,
Harish.



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