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Old 21st September 2006, 13:35
Kayov Kayov is offline
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Default Apache doesn't real start

Hi, after each reboot the only way to get apache working is to go to "Management" - "Services" at ispconfig and restart the web-server.
i checked logs, tryed to start it manualy with "service httpd restart", it goes fine but no sites are showed, ispconfig and ps aux tell that the webserver is running but it doesn't work.
So i would like to know what is the command ispconfig uses to restart the web-server so i can put that line in rc.local so it runs at start up.

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Ivan Silva
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Old 21st September 2006, 17:23
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Do you mean the ispconfig's own one or the http for your webs?

what does netstat -tap tell?
What do you mean by "no sites are shown"? Do you have any errormessage or a more detailed description?
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