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#1 White_Raven

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Posted 14 May 2003 - 07:53 PM

Im trying to set up a httpd server as a interenal thing so I can do more php work and stuff and have a server "right there" to do testing on; I installed the newest apache from source, added php (from source) and did all the configuring to make it all nice and working.. and it works perfectly with perl, php and everything else.. the problem is, every hour on the hour it shuts itself down and needs to be restarted.

Finely I just said "fuck it" and coded a bash script that via crontab checks to see if its running or not every min or so and if its not starts it up again, but I need to get this fixed and I just cant go without knowing whats going on.. any ideas?

This is really pissing me off, and I have checked my settings many many times.. I just dont know whats going on.

#2 White_Raven

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Posted 14 May 2003 - 09:50 PM

Never mind.. I fixed it... restalled apache turnes out I had a bad install with source currupted over transfer.. blah, from now on Im getting the *.bz2 if its available, if only dor its error checking...




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