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From Christopher Schultz <ch...@christopherschultz.net>
Subject Re: Change port that apache runs on in tomcat/apache setup
Date Fri, 11 Jan 2013 16:56:59 GMT
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Vic,

On 1/11/13 11:48 AM, vicki@thepenguin.org wrote:
> Nothing is listening on port 8080 now. That is what confused me. It
> should be, right?

Did you actually configure Apache httpd to listen on port 8080? Simply
doing "<VirtualHost *:8080>" doesn't actually listen on that port: it
configured a virtual host that will respond to requests that come in
on that port.

You have to use the "Listen" directive to actually start listening.
Some Linux distros use a file called "ports.conf" that just contains
"Listen" directives, so you may never have seen that directive.

- -chris
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