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Apache Error when login on WHM

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by Nicarlo, Nov 4, 2003.

  1. Nicarlo

    Nicarlo Member

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    I get this when login it
    "Unable to obtain apache version information. Your apache server at 66.90.XX.XX may be down, or unreachable."

    so then i restart the service and it says that it restarted ok but i still get that same error. Anyone know what i should do ?
     
  2. trysb

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    I had the same problem and it happened after i editied the http.conf file. Check that for errors .. (i spelled something wrong)

    I also ran a script that was on a old post on this site. Go to search and type in the Problem .. i rebooted and it works fine now ..

    Thanks
    BRian
     
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    B12Org Well-Known Member

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    You can also try and recompile apache, as it should download and install the latest version. There are also a couple of scripts you can run that will rebuild your httpd.conf file.
     
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    You could also try rolling back config files in whm (if you can get there that is ) :)
     
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    /usr/local/apache/bin/httpd -t

    That command will tell you if anything is wrong with your httpd.conf file. Always the first step with these sort of problems and should always be run immediately after making changes to httpd.conf. Too easy to miss a quote, space, or many other common syntax errors.
     
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