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new buildapache faulty

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by Diatone, Jul 1, 2003.

  1. Diatone

    Diatone Well-Known Member

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    There was a new buildapache released today, which i happened to use, however, now, it makes my httpd.conf file empty, along with not being able to start httpd once i restore the httpd.conf backup file.

    I tailed the logs, a bunch of sigterm errors

    Anyway, just hoping this is fixed soon. People killing me

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    Curious Too Well-Known Member

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    I have had this happen before but it was because I ran out of space on the /usr partition after /usr/local/apache filled up with core files. Once I deleted the core files and restored httpd.conf from a backup Apache worked fine.

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    Diatone Well-Known Member

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    Yea, that happened to me to, I figured it filled up with core files because the build apache was producing errors. Maybe that was just chance. Anyhow, I got it working now, had to recompile again, and restart apache a couple times. Anyway, hopefully it stays that way

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    I cant believe that your doing buildapache updates without first making a backup of http.conf, the very least you could do is protect yourself and the 1st rule is to alway backup httpd.conf espeically when you suspect it might be updated.

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