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Apache service


Good morning. I'm seeking help on the Apache service that runs on
Netware. I have a box that I'm running Netware 6.0 sp5 on with
Zenworks 6.5 sp2. I had to restart it and when I did Apache did not
load correctly. I thought the command to start it was simply 'load
apache' (I am a newbie at this so bear that in mind). After trying
that I get a screen that says Apache /1.3.31 (Netware) running...
Listening on port(s): 80 and it just stays there. Short of rebooting
again is there something else I can try?


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michaelw
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Re: Apache service

michaelw wrote:
> I thought the command to start it was simply 'load
> apache' (I am a newbie at this so bear that in mind).


It's been a long time since I used NetWare 6.0, but if I recall the
"default" instance of Apache loads via nvxadmup.ncf

> After trying
> that I get a screen that says Apache /1.3.31 (Netware) running...
> Listening on port(s): 80 and it just stays there.


Well, that's exactly what Apache does when it loads correctly... sounds
like in this case you did load Apache and it's listening on port 80 as
indicated. However, it might not be the *instance* of Apache you're
expecting, because when you do a simple "load apache" it uses httpd.conf
as the config file, which may or may not be what you need.

> Short of rebooting


If you're wanting the default apache stuff that ships on NetWare, unload
apache.nlm then try nvxadmup.ncf


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Jim
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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Apache service


Thanks for your help. I'm going to try your suggestions first chance I
get.


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michaelw
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Re: Apache service


I tried to unload apache and then run nvxadmup. Everything looked fine
but the remote manager capabilities were still not accessible. So I
rebooted the server but I still get an error which is (10022) Unknown
error: make_secure_socket: for address XX.XXX.X.XX port XXXX, WSAIoct1:
(SO_SSL_SET_SERVER) Any thoughts?


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michaelw
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