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Old 8th August 2011, 00:49
stefanm stefanm is offline
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Default Apache boot problem / GlusterFS loading

Hi,

I am facing two annoying problems with a fresh ISPConfig 3 installation, perhaps anyone got some hints for me?

I installed two machines from ground with Debian 6.0.2 64bit and set up a mirrored solution as it is described in http://www.howtoforge.com/installing...th-ispconfig-3

The only differences are that I installed roundcubemail instead of squirrelmail and excluded mysql from the glusterfs setup an configured replication.

The two problems:
1) The bigger problem is that apache2 doesn't get started anymore when rebooting the system. A apache2ctl -t says Syntax ok, there are no error messages in the logs, it almost seems that the system doesn't even try to start it. However all startup scripts in rcX.d seem to be there, a "insserv apache2" didn't help. The problem appeared after the installation of ispconfig3 and occurs on both the ispconfig3 master and the client! Doing a "apache2ctl start" from shell starts the server without problems. Any ideas or directions?

2) The second problem concerns GlusterFS. It seems that Squeeze has a problem with the booting sequence, because GlusterFS requires Fuse, but Fuse is loaded after GlusterFS resulting in an error message like this:
[2011-08-07 22:32:25] E [mount.c:525:fuse_mount_sys] glusterfs-fuse: cannot open /dev/fuse (No such file or directory)
The problem can be circumvented with a "mount -a" in rc.local, however I'd rather prefer to have the boot sequence corrected. Unfortunately my attempts to reorder the startup sequence didn't work? Has anyone encountered this problem and found a solution?

Hopeing for your help (as I am starting to get desparate )
Thanks!
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