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From Raul Santiago <r...@raulsantiago.net>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] server listening, not serving pages, no errors logged
Date Thu, 12 Jun 2008 09:02:19 GMT
Hello Dan, thanks for taking the time to answer.
As stated in my first post, the port is listening. If I close Apache, 
the port dissapears from netstat output. If I setup Apache to listen in 
another port, that port actually appears listed in netstat. The port 
responds to "telnet 127.0.0.1 80", for example. The telnet connection is 
done, but I can type endlessly without getting an answer from Apache 
server; the connection does not break neither.

I'm not sure about ipv6 is loaded in my notebook, but the odds are 
minimal. It's a factory preinstalled windows XP, and I havent seen 
anything related to ipv6 in services, network devices or configuration 
panel / administrative tools.

Do anyone recall what else should I look at?



Stusynski, Dan escribió:
> Did you verify the the port is being listened on with netstat (or similar)?
>
> Out of curiousity, do you have an IPv6 stack on this Win machine, and if so, are you
listening on IPv6 also (using the default Listen 80)? Reason I ask is it sounds similar to
an issue I ran into resulting from IPv6 at one point.
>
> Dan Stusynski 
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Raul Santiago [mailto:raul@raulsantiago.net] 
> Sent: Wednesday, June 11, 2008 2:28 PM
> To: users@httpd.apache.org
> Subject: Re: [users@httpd] server listening, not serving pages, no errors logged
>
> Sorry for answering to miself, it's just to keep all the information together.
> I've been playing with the conf, set enablesendfile and enablemmap to off, changing listening
port... and no success at all. All the symptoms keep the same.
>
> Please, nobody has a clue (as weird as it may sound) about what is wrong?
> Thanks.
>
>
>
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Raul Santiago" <raul@raulsantiago.net>
> To: <users@httpd.apache.org>
> Sent: Tuesday, June 10, 2008 3:24 AM
> Subject: [users@httpd] server listening, not serving pages, no errors logged
>
>
>   
>> Hello.
>> 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 log:
>>
>> [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 http://127.0.0.1 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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