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Problems after buildapache.sea upgrade...

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by Domenico, Mar 4, 2002.

  1. Domenico

    Domenico Well-Known Member

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    We get the following error about SuExec while we never used the damn thing and I turned it off since this upgrade turns it on.
    Everything seems to work except a customers PHPNUKE installation seems to break and gives (errno=36 - File name too long) error.

    Warning: Group directive in &VirtualHost& requires SUEXEC wrapper.
    Warning: User directive in &VirtualHost& requires SUEXEC wrapper.
    Warning: Group directive in &VirtualHost& requires SUEXEC wrapper.
    Warning: User directive in &VirtualHost& requires SUEXEC wrapper.
    Warning: Group directive in &VirtualHost& requires SUEXEC wrapper.
    Warning: User directive in &VirtualHost& requires SUEXEC wrapper.
    Warning: Group directive in &VirtualHost& requires SUEXEC wrapper.
    Warning: User directive in &VirtualHost& requires SUEXEC wrapper.
    Warning: Group directive in &VirtualHost& requires SUEXEC wrapper.
    Warning: User directive in &VirtualHost& requires SUEXEC wrapper.
    Warning: Group directive in &VirtualHost& requires SUEXEC wrapper.
    Warning: User directive in &VirtualHost& requires SUEXEC wrapper.
    Warning: Group directive in &VirtualHost& requires SUEXEC wrapper.
    Warning: User directive in &VirtualHost& requires SUEXEC wrapper.
    Warning: Group directive in &VirtualHost& requires SUEXEC wrapper.
    Warning: User directive in &VirtualHost& requires SUEXEC wrapper.
    Warning: Group directive in &VirtualHost& requires SUEXEC wrapper.
    Warning: User directive in &VirtualHost& requires SUEXEC wrapper.
    Warning: Group directive in &VirtualHost& requires SUEXEC wrapper.
    Warning: User directive in &VirtualHost& requires SUEXEC wrapper.
    Warning: Group directive in &VirtualHost& requires SUEXEC wrapper.
    Warning: User directive in &VirtualHost& requires SUEXEC wrapper.
    Warning: Group directive in &VirtualHost& requires SUEXEC wrapper.
    Warning: User directive in &VirtualHost& requires SUEXEC wrapper.
    Warning: Group directive in &VirtualHost& requires SUEXEC wrapper.
    Warning: User directive in &VirtualHost& requires SUEXEC wrapper.
    Warning: Group directive in &VirtualHost& requires SUEXEC wrapper.
    Warning: User directive in &VirtualHost& requires SUEXEC wrapper.
    Warning: Group directive in &VirtualHost& requires SUEXEC wrapper.
    Warning: User directive in &VirtualHost& requires SUEXEC wrapper.
    Warning: Group directive in &VirtualHost& requires SUEXEC wrapper.
    Warning: User directive in &VirtualHost& requires SUEXEC wrapper.
    Warning: Group directive in &VirtualHost& requires SUEXEC wrapper.
    Warning: User directive in &VirtualHost& requires SUEXEC wrapper.
    Warning: Group directive in &VirtualHost& requires SUEXEC wrapper.
    Warning: User directive in &VirtualHost& requires SUEXEC wrapper.
    Warning: Group directive in &VirtualHost& requires SUEXEC wrapper.
    Warning: User directive in &VirtualHost& requires SUEXEC wrapper.
    Warning: Group directive in &VirtualHost& requires SUEXEC wrapper.
    Warning: User directive in &VirtualHost& requires SUEXEC wrapper.
    Warning: Group directive in &VirtualHost& requires SUEXEC wrapper.
    Warning: User directive in &VirtualHost& requires SUEXEC wrapper.
    Warning: Group directive in &VirtualHost& requires SUEXEC wrapper.
    Warning: User directive in &VirtualHost& requires SUEXEC wrapper.
    Warning: Group directive in &VirtualHost& requires SUEXEC wrapper.
    Warning: User directive in &VirtualHost& requires SUEXEC wrapper.
    Warning: Group directive in &VirtualHost& requires SUEXEC wrapper.
    Warning: User directive in &VirtualHost& requires SUEXEC wrapper.
    Warning: Group directive in &VirtualHost& requires SUEXEC wrapper.
    Warning: User directive in &VirtualHost& requires SUEXEC wrapper.
    Warning: Group directive in &VirtualHost& requires SUEXEC wrapper.
    Warning: User directive in &VirtualHost& requires SUEXEC wrapper.
    Warning: Group directive in &VirtualHost& requires SUEXEC wrapper.
    Warning: User directive in &VirtualHost& requires SUEXEC wrapper.
    Warning: Group directive in &VirtualHost& requires SUEXEC wrapper.
    Warning: User directive in &VirtualHost& requires SUEXEC wrapper.
    Warning: Group directive in &VirtualHost& requires SUEXEC wrapper.
    Warning: User directive in &VirtualHost& requires SUEXEC wrapper.
    Warning: Group directive in &VirtualHost& requires SUEXEC wrapper.
    [Mon Mar 4 09:40:18 2002] [warn] NameVirtualHost IPNUMBER:80 has no VirtualHosts
    PHP Warning: (null): Unable to initialize module
    Module compiled with debug=112, thread-safety=105 module API=1083379712
    PHP compiled with debug=0, thread-safety=0 module API=20010901
    These options need to match
    in Unknown on line 0 ¼': Unable to initialize module
    Module compiled with debug=48, thread-safety=116 module API=1082640516
    PHP compiled with debug=0, thread-safety=0 module API=20010901
    These options need to match
    in Unknown on line 0
    [Mon Mar 4 09:40:18 2002] [notice] Apache/1.3.23 (Unix) mod_gzip/1.3.19.1a mod_bwlimited/1.0 PHP/4.1.2 DAV/1.0.2 mod_log_bytes/0.3s
    [Mon Mar 4 09:40:18 2002] [notice] Accept mutex: sysvsem (Default: sysvsem)
     
  2. HOSTFORWEB

    HOSTFORWEB Well-Known Member
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    Do you have next problem:

    type &httpd restart& or /usr/local/apache/bin/apachectl restart

    and see if PHP is working after this restart.
    We have same problems like you plus problem above.
    PHP module does not load after apache restart. But it load if we stop it and then run again:
    /usr/local/apache/bin/apachectl stop
    /usr/local/apache/bin/apachectl start =& PHP is loaded and working.
     
  3. Domenico

    Domenico Well-Known Member

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    PHP is working after the restart.
     
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    HOSTFORWEB Well-Known Member
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    Which release do you use?
    I'm talking about release from 03/01/02.
    Just noticed that there is new one.
    Thanks.
     
  5. Domenico

    Domenico Well-Known Member

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    The release before that one...
     
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    HOSTFORWEB Well-Known Member
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    Try last release. I have just rebuild apache with it. All works great. Even PHP was fixed.
     
  7. Domenico

    Domenico Well-Known Member

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    Anyone?

    Nick?
     
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