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From Stephen Williams <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] running apache 1.3.31 & 1.3.37 on the same server
Date Fri, 29 Sep 2006 14:09:50 GMT

>You give no details of your setup so I have to assume the obvious; that
>you are trying to run both apaches on the same socket (ie, same IP and
>port). You have to have the apaches "Listen" to different TCP/IP
>sockets, eg:
>Different ports:
>Apache #1:
>Listen 80
>Apache #2
>Listen 8080
>Different IPs:
>Apache #1:
>Apache #2
>or a combination..
>Owen Boyle
>Disclaimer: Any disclaimer attached to this message may be ignored. 

I have tried that sorry for the vague question. The thing that's odd is 
that when I try to start the second instance of apache it sees (seems 
aware) of the other instance. It actually sees the others PID file and I 
have explicit paths in the conf with different names. This is why I am 
so lost on this one, if the thing is named different and running on a 
separate port how can it know about the other?

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