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From paul buttemer <pa...@pbreeds.com>
Subject [users@httpd] Apache non-start on Solaris
Date Wed, 31 Aug 2005 21:37:22 GMT
At 02:34 PM 31/08/2005, you wrote:
>paul buttemer wrote:
> > Hello all (my first message),
> >
> > I am unable to start Apache successfully - the httpd process starts, but
> > immediately disappears with no relevant error diagnostic.  Here are some
> > points:
> >
> > - Apache version: 2.0.54 - absolutely default build and install (build
> > and install completed easily with no errors)
> > - Start command: apachectl -k start
> > - Running as root
> > - No core file
> > - LogLevel in conf file: debug
> > - OS: Solaris 7
> > - Hardware: SPARC Ultra 5
> > - pid file is created (but no process with this pid exists once command
> > prompt returns)
> > - nothing written to error_log, except on a subsequent start attempt,
> > where there is one entry warning
> > of the pid file being overwritten
> > - command prompt returns almost immediately, only output indicates httpd
> > cannot determine fully qualified domain name and uses IP address for
> > ServerName
> > - there are no port conflicts
> > - there are no problems with permissions
> > - there is no other httpd running on the system
> >
> > I have scoured the internet for help with this problem with no success.
> > Any help or suggestions will be much appreciated
> >
> > Best regards,
> > Paul Buttemer
> >
> >
>
>How about starting the httpd process manually w/o using apachectl?
>Somethimes the httpd binary will spew out bad errors to stdout and not
>the errorlog, and this may be a way to catch it.
>
>THanks
>-dant

Have tried that :-(
Thanks
-pb





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