Unable To Open Logs Httpd Start
till, Jan 3, 2007 #8 dekat New Member Thanks Till and all for your postings. You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. When I run sudo for my operations, I'm able to start the server and visit my home website, but when I run the status command, it says it cannot find the All was working fine Apache 2 stopped working. Source
What's the difference between ls and la? httpd not running, trying to start no listening sockets available, shutting down AH00015: Unable to open logs Action 'restart' failed. Validate Random Die Tippers What is an example of infinite dimensional subspace that is not closed? Now, however, starting httpd fails without any error messages, so I don't know what to fix.
Httpd Unable To Open Logs Centos
If that doesn't work, I don't know what will. dekat, Jan 3, 2007 #9 falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer dekat said: And best wishes for a HAPPY, HEALTHY, and PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR!!Click to expand... Golf a Numerical Growing Braid The Baum-Sweet Sequence Is scroll within a card good or bad? (In desktop) Why does cycling use a measure of time ("century") as a measure of Leibowitz?
I need to up both services.What other service? Forum Join Now Featured New Posts FAQ Rules Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts My Posts View Site Leaders Helpdesk Memberships Web Hosting News Find A Host Advanced Why is the oil light on in my new Honda Pilot after 4000 miles? Unable To Open Logs Apache Or does it have to be a more "manual" means?
Last edited by EchoLynx on Wed Jun 01, 2011 8:08 pm, edited 1 time in total. Validate Random Die Tippers What is the determinant? falko, Jul 21, 2006 #2 dekat New Member Same "Apache 2 will not start" problem on Ubuntu 6.06 Hi there, I'm also stuck on Page 6 of the Ubuntu "Perfect Setup You can do that by this command setenforce 0 You are not running this command with root privileges.
your domain, it just makes things harder5. Ah00015 Unable To Open Logs Apache Specifically look at line # 74 of the file, /etc/apache2/apache2.conf. Reply With Quote 0 12-22-2006,04:05 AM #14 JVS_Hosting View Profile View Forum Posts View Forum Threads Visit Homepage Aspiring Evangelist Join Date Mar 2006 Location New York USA Posts pepperr, Sep 14, 2011 #19 till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer Reinstall ispconfig 3, this will fix the problem.
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- However, I am unsure as to how to edit my conf file to allow for access to the "logs" directory.
- The Apache error log may have more information. [fail] And here is now the log, after uninstalling ispconfig: unable to start piped log program ' /usr/local/ispconfig/server/scripts/vlogger -s access.log -t "%Y%m%d-access.log" -d
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Why does cycling use a measure of time ("century") as a measure of distance? Colony on the moon - how fast can Santa deliver? Httpd Unable To Open Logs Centos Why is Titanic's Astor asking if Jack is from the Boston Dawsons? Starting Httpd: No Listening Sockets Available, Shutting Down Unable To Open Logs Comment 9 David Fraser 2009-02-19 10:00:37 UTC (In reply to comment #8) > It seems pretty odd to do this.
I checked the PID so what is the next step do i stop it.Thanks Top chamikara Posts: 15 Joined: 2014/10/01 05:09:05 Re: Cant start httpd service Quote Postby chamikara » 2015/10/07 this contact form No luck. Any help much appreciated, thanks. I removed it, created 'logs' directory, restart httpd... Apache Unable To Open Logs Windows
Unable to open logs It's useful when restarting Apache to check if any configuration changes will prevent the restart from being successful (and thus result in down time when the restart The sites are all registered to '
Please Help! Ah00015 Unable To Open Logs Centos At /etc/httpd/ was no directory /logs, but strange file '!logs'. Don't hide details i.e.
If nothing happens, you can raise it on the dev list.
Last edited: Jul 20, 2006 auMark, Jul 20, 2006 #1 falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer What's the output of Code: ls -l /root/ispconfig/cronolog ? Secondly, Your Vhost should look something like this ... Hot Network Questions I am a Canadian resident who wants to gift my Adult US child CAD$175K. No Such File Or Directory: Couldn't Start Errorlog Process Unable To Open Logs So I did, set enforce 0. –M-D Jul 11 '15 at 16:16 Would like to confirm that SELinux was preventing my httpd server from running on Fedora 22.
It says "could not create /usr/local/logs/httpd.pid" and "could not log pid to file /usr/local/logs/httpd.pid". What does the error log say? –larsks Dec 27 '12 at 23:41 Little bit confusing, you say it won't start then you say you a 404, a 404 would If you are getting this error try: ps aux | grep apache you will probably see this: www-data 8010 62.4 0.1 4544 1176 ? Check This Out One last thing you can try is that, you have already http running, and the connection is refused may be because of some firewall or something else.
So, give this command $ sudo service httpd restart If this command doesn't give any error this time, which you are seeing normally, that means that httpd is running but the Verify no configuration errors with: apachectl -S Check the error log: /var/log/httpd/error_log -- Travis Top Profile Reply with quote EchoLynx Post subject: "Unable to open logs"PostPosted: Sun May 29, remove the squid user. What are Identity Columns?
and it appears to be in the correct group (last line)...Code:[[email protected] logs]# cat /etc/grouproot:x:0:rootbin:x:1:root,bin,daemondaemon:x:2:root,bin,daemonsys:x:3:root,bin,admadm:x:4:root,adm,daemontty:x:5:disk:x:6:rootlp:x:7:daemon,lpmem:x:8:kmem:x:9:wheel:x:10:rootmail:x:12:mailnews:x:13:newsuucp:x:14:uucpman:x:15:games:x:20:gopher:x:30:dip:x:40:ftp:x:50:lock:x:54:nobody:x:99:users:x:100:utmp:x:22:utempter:x:35:floppy:x:19:vcsa:x:69:pcap:x:77:slocate:x:21:dbus:x:81:audio:x:63:rpc:x:32:mailnull:x:47:smmsp:x:51:sshd:x:74:ecryptfs:x:101:haldaemon:x:68:avahi-autoipd:x:102:screen:x:84:ntp:x:38:apache:x:48:As for making apache (user) writeable to apache (group) - I don't know how to do that.I can Regardless, thank you obs, otherbbs and haus for your help and patience! more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed Related 0Apache httpd.conf file missing364Where is my httpd.conf file located apache0Apache installation - srclib/Makefile.in: No such file or directory0Apache: Changing path to httpd.conf1Fedora file permissions apache no write acces3Where does Apache