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Re: win32: Apache as service fails?

From: Jim Sokoloff <jim_at_sokoloff.com>
Date: 2003-09-12 20:48:36 CEST

On Fri, 12 Sep 2003, Tino [ISO-8859-1] Schöllhorn wrote:

> Now I want to move to a "real" server where apache1.3 is already installed.
> So I installed apache (same version as above) and subversion on another port
> (8100) and it is working fine as long as I don't start apache2 as a service.

Meaning what exactly? That apache and subversion work if
you run them using:

1. apache
2. apache -k start

or just that nothing bad happens if your don't start apache2
at all? :)

> When I am trying to start apache2 as service by invoking "net start apache2"
> I always get the error (the original text is in german so it might be a bad
> translation):
> "Service could'nt be start due to a service specific error: 1. You can get
> more information by invoking net helpmsg 3547".
> But the message given there is not of much help either.

What are the contents of the Apache error log in this case?

> As soon as I comment out the subversion-specific linces in httpd.conf
> apache2 can be started as service.

This is a clue that you might not have placed all of the
subversion specific modules into the apache2 modules dir
on the server.

What are the contents of your httpd.conf file, both
from when it does work as a service, and when it
does not?


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