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From c...@apache.org
Subject Re: general/2507: Complete server lockup
Date Fri, 26 Jun 1998 11:17:09 GMT
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Synopsis: Complete server lockup

State-Changed-From-To: open-feedback
State-Changed-By: coar
State-Changed-When: Fri Jun 26 04:17:02 PDT 1998
State-Changed-Why:
*Why* did you use killall?  As is documented in numerous
places, you should *never* use killall to try to shut
down the Apache Web server.  For example, see
<http://www.apache.org/docs/stopping.html>.  As to
what you're trying to do with killall and apachectl
together, I have no idea.

Your apachectl script seems to be damaged somehow, if you
pasted its output reliably.  The first token in the 'usage'
line should contain 'apachectl', not 'httpd'.  It looks
very much as though you've managed to cp apachectl over
the httpd server image.  Try doing a 'file httpd' to
see what you've got.  If this has happened, you're obviously
going to have to acquire or build a new httpd image
because you don't have one any more.
Release-Changed-From-To: 1.3-1.3.0
Release-Changed-By: coar
Release-Changed-When: Fri Jun 26 04:17:02 PDT 1998
Severity-Changed-From-To: critical-non-critical
Severity-Changed-By: coar
Severity-Changed-When: Fri Jun 26 04:17:02 PDT 1998
Category-Changed-From-To: other-general
Category-Changed-By: coar
Category-Changed-When: Fri Jun 26 04:17:02 PDT 1998



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