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From DW <xfs...@hotmail.com>
Subject [users@httpd] Re: Upgrading from 2.2.10 to 2.2.19 appears to have messed up Windows service startup
Date Sun, 19 Jun 2011 20:56:51 GMT


The way I upgraded to 2.2.19 was first copying my configuration file
somewhere safe; then uninstalling apache from the servers; then start a
fresh install of apache 2.2.19.  You then need to copy your old
configuration file back to the server so that you don't need to waste
any more time.

Caveat:  I upgraded from 2.2.17 >> 2.2.19 so perhaps it was easy.

hth


Nathan Tuggy wrote:
> Just upgraded from 2.2.10 to 2.2.19 [*], and Windows service won't start
> -- it gives me two lines in the error log (LogLevel is set to debug)
> claiming that it's starting up:
> 
>     Starting the Apache2.2 service
>     The Apache2.2 service is running.
> 
> Then it silently dies.
> 
> Running httpd from the command-line seems to work fine, giving
> reasonable messages in the logs and serving pages correctly, but using
> httpd -k start or the Windows service manager to attempt to start the
> service never leaves the parent process running more than a second or two.
> 
> Given that my configuration hasn't changed, except for the upgrade, does
> anyone have any ideas?
> 
> *To upgrade, I uninstalled, then installed with the openssl-enabled MSI
> -- the MSI package didn't seem to want to upgrade in place, and kept
> complaining that the product with that ID was already installed, or
> words to that effect.
> 
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