I recently rearranged my drives and files. In doing so, I decided to mount bind /var/www, which is where apache looks for files to serve. I have the following in fstab:
/mnt/raid/www /var/www none bind 0 0
When I try to start httpd, I get this in the error log:
[Fri May 19 21:15:20 2006] [notice] caught SIGTERM, shutting down
However, if I unmount /var/www, then make some dummy files there, apache works fine. Am I doing something wrong?
=== UPDATE ===
I was able to fix it. It was a problem with SELinux. I had to relabel /mnt/raid/www to work with httpd. The error in the log was an unrelated thing.