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Viewing Sites via Browser Fails

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Silverlime, Aug 23, 2004.

  1. Silverlime

    Silverlime Registered

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    I am able to download files using 'wget' from other servers and view the site's cPanel, WHM, etc. but viewing web sites through a browser returns nothing. It just doesn't do anything on Mozilla FireFox and IE returns a 'Page cannot be displayed' error. I can view images on the server fine.

    I get NameVirtualHosts No Virtual Host errors on restarting Apache and it failed earlier tonight.

    My servers are at EV1Servers.net and they are looking into it but do you guys have any suggestions?

    EDIT: Even .js pages load fine. It's just PHP and HTML, I believe.
     
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    Sounds like your httpd.conf is missing or has incorrect NameVirtualHost statement.
     
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    That was my initial thought as well. What doesn't make sense is everything but .html and .php files load...
     
  4. haze

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    tail the apache log file while ctrl + refreshing your browser.

    Error log can be found here: /usr/local/apache/logs/error_log

    Also you can run "service httpd configtest" to get any errors that might be causing apache to no longer load ( if you haven't already ).
     
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