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Re: apache and TSVN not playing nicely together, part deux

From: Ludwig Hügelschäfer <mlisten_at_hammernoch.net>
Date: Fri, 01 Feb 2008 20:06:38 +0100

joshua vogelstein wrote on 01.02.2008 16:26 Uhr:

> Just check the apache error log file. You should see what's wrong in
> there.
> unfortunately, the file \Apache2\logs\error.log does not have any errors
> when i do this (although it does update when i successfully start apache).
> any other ideas?

When Apache doesn't write to the logfiles, usually the parsing of the
configuration files yields an error. In this case invoking Apache "by
hand" on the commandline reveals the error message.

Furthermore: Apache 2.0 differs quite from Apache 2.2 concerning
configuration and available/necessare modules. According to the error
messages, you may have to rewrite portions of your configuration file(s)
and carefully selecting the necessary modules.



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