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Old 05-01-2009, 06:55 AM   #1
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problem starting an Apache

Hi, ppl!
I compiled and installed apache server 2.2.11 and removed old one.
Now I'm trying to start it up
apachetcl start
... and it silently execute command.
ps -A (to see all running processes) I don't see that httpd is running

...well then I tryed to start it like this:
service httpd start
if says
Starting httpd:      [OK]
...then I run ps -A again and again there are no httpd running.

looked in error_log and nothing?

How to know what happens? It's just silent this is the worst ever scenario when you don't have any feedback from system what happening.

Any ideas?
Old 05-01-2009, 11:06 AM   #2
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I think the command to start apache2 is "apache2 -k start", or "apache2 -k restart".


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