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Re: Changing IP address on Fedora 4



On 9/6/06, Philip Mark Donaghy <philip donaghy gmail com> wrote:
Hi Tod, Stuart, François,

Thanks for your ideas, there are no httpd processes running, the
checkconfig returns OK, and I am not running named. I'm looking for
some verbose info to see how far it gets.

This is a guess but I changed some firewall and selinux settings the
first time I set up the software running under apache. The software
running is OTRS 2.0.4 which uses mod_perl and nagios 2.0 which is also
runs cgi scripts.

Phil

On 9/6/06, François Patte <francois patte math-info univ-paris5 fr> wrote:
> Philip Mark Donaghy a écrit :
> > I've read many posts on the internet about the problems related to
> > changing IP address. We changed the IP on a Fedora 4 system now we are
> > unable to start httpd. I've looked for references to the old IP
> > everywhere. And the error_log does not tell me anything. Is there a
> > way to get more information from httpd?
>
> did you run: apachectl configtest ?
>
> just to check if the syntax is OK in your httpd config files?
>
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Hi again Philip!

Migrate to /etc/init.d - do an "ls" and look for a file which
references you web server.  Become root and exicute it appending the
word "start" (e.g. "./httpd start").  Then do a "ps aux | grep xx)
where xx are the first few letters of your web applications name.  If
up, see if you have a web server as referenced above.

Good Hunting!

Tod


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