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Old 07-29-2005, 11:12 AM   #1
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Virtual Host Overlap

Hi folks,

Building a mirror development server for my school's financial website. And...I am using Fedora Core /Apache.

At any rate, when I start the web server I get a warning:

Virtual Host Overlap on port "443" previous instance already running, or words to that effect.

I checked the httpd.conf file and the port is only mentioned once in the file. So, how would another one be running? The only other port I am listening to is port 80, and the 443 is for the secured server.

Any help as to figuring out what is going on would be appreciated. Is there some command I can run to find out which shows where --what is already out there listening --is running or more information that might point me in the right direction?


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