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From "Joshua Slive" <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] 500 code, can't seem to track down
Date Thu, 18 Oct 2007 22:33:22 GMT
On 10/18/07, Tom Hart <> wrote:
> Hey everybody. I'm getting a 500 error code (Internal Server Error),
> that doesn't tell me anything about why the error happened. Naturally I
> looked to the error.log but that contained nothing. At this point I
> decided to try "LogLevel notice" to up the verbosity and number of
> messages written to the error log, and still nothing. The real pain
> about this problem is it seems to happen no matter what file or
> directory I'm requesting, and if I refresh it comes through fine, every
> time. Obviously I can't fix the problem if I can't find it. Does anybody
> have any ideas on common things that may cause this, or how I might be
> able to get the log to actually log the error?

Are you sure it is an Apache error and not something generated by a proxy?

If so, I'd start by stripping out modules. Take out the non-standard
and third-party modules first and see if that gets rid of the problem.


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