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From "Raul Santiago" <>
Subject [users@httpd] server listening, not serving pages, no errors logged
Date Tue, 10 Jun 2008 01:24:28 GMT
I've been trying for a few hours to setup an Apache server. I've done it 
several times before, both under Linux and Win platforms.
Today, I want to set it up in my notebook, with no success. I've tried 
different versions (2.0 / 2.2) standalone and integrated into packs (WAMP 
and AppServ). In all cases, the server starts, the port is listening, and no 
error comes out in the log, even in debug mode. No hit reachs the access 

[Tue Jun 10 03:13:59 2008] [notice] Apache/2.2.8 (Win32) PHP/5.2.6 
configured -- resuming normal operations
[Tue Jun 10 03:13:59 2008] [notice] Server built: Jan 18 2008 00:37:19
[Tue Jun 10 03:13:59 2008] [notice] Parent: Created child process 3816
[Tue Jun 10 03:13:59 2008] [debug] mpm_winnt.c(487): Parent: Sent the 
scoreboard to the child
[Tue Jun 10 03:13:59 2008] [notice] Child 3816: Child process is running
[Tue Jun 10 03:13:59 2008] [info] Parent: Duplicating socket 300 and sending 
it to child process 3816
[Tue Jun 10 03:13:59 2008] [debug] mpm_winnt.c(605): Parent: Sent 1 
listeners to child 3816
[Tue Jun 10 03:13:59 2008] [debug] mpm_winnt.c(408): Child 3816: Retrieved 
our scoreboard from the parent.
[Tue Jun 10 03:13:59 2008] [debug] mpm_winnt.c(564): Child 3816: retrieved 1 
listeners from parent
[Tue Jun 10 03:13:59 2008] [notice] Child 3816: Acquired the start mutex.
[Tue Jun 10 03:13:59 2008] [notice] Child 3816: Starting 64 worker threads.
[Tue Jun 10 03:13:59 2008] [notice] Child 3816: Starting thread to listen on 
port 80.

When I try to access http://localhost or it just goes on... 
and on... forever.  If I telnet to the port 80, it gets connection, but I 
can type whatever (crap or not), I get no headers from httpd.

I tried another web server (cherokee) in the same notebook, and it works 
perfectly (I tried this to avoid some kind of problem due to firewalls, 
routing, network devices....)

So please, if any of you have a hint to point me where should I start 
looking.... I'll be glad to listen and learn.

Thanks in advance.

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