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Duplicate Apache Servers may cause DB wedging

From: Peter Kahn <pkahn_at_connected.com>
Date: 2005-02-10 18:51:20 CET

I have a Linux server on which apache and svnserve run offering access
via http:// and svn:// I have also had a svn problem with my repository
about every two weeks or so.

I initially had svn 112 and apache 2.0.48. Svn 112 requires 2.0.49 or
above so, I upgraded my apache installation and got up to 2.0.52 or so I

I actually had two copies of apache on my machine. In /usr/sbin I had
an apachectl and httpd from 2.0.40. In /usr/local/apache2 I had my
installation of 2.0.52. I had problems with settings not always seeming
to take, but I was sure it was me no using the directive properly and
not that my graceful command was not going to the appropriate

So, if you have apache settings not taking, go a hunting with find for
additional copies of apache binaries. You may save yourself a 16 hour
long recovery.

Peter Kahn
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Received on Thu Feb 10 18:53:59 2005

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