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From "Kim Evans" <kev...@keaesolutions.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] localhost not working on XP
Date Mon, 22 Mar 2004 11:33:59 GMT
Hi Chris,
Thankyou very much.
Putting Win32DisableAcceptEx  in the last line of httpd.conf worked
perfectly.

Thanks again
Kim

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "hunter" <theantigod@sympatico.ca>
To: <users@httpd.apache.org>
Sent: Monday, March 22, 2004 2:15 AM
Subject: Re: [users@httpd] localhost not working on XP


> On Sun, 2004-03-21 at 21:47, Kim Evans wrote:
> > Hi Chris,
> > I downloaded the Apache_2.0.49-Openssl_0.9.7d-Win32.zip
> >
> > The errorlog gave the following messages, until I stopped apache.
> > I am running a home network with Linksys router.
> >
> > [Sun Mar 21 21:41:16 2004] [notice] Parent: Created child process 2880
> > [Sun Mar 21 21:41:16 2004] [notice] Child 2880: Child process is running
> > [Sun Mar 21 21:41:16 2004] [notice] Child 2880: Acquired the start
mutex.
> > [Sun Mar 21 21:41:16 2004] [notice] Child 2880: Starting 250 worker
threads.
> > [Sun Mar 21 21:41:16 2004] [error] (OS 10038)An operation was attempted
on
> > something that is not a socket.  : Child 2880: Encountered too many
errors
> > accepting client connections. Possible causes: dynamic address renewal,
or
> > incompatible VPN or firewall software. Try using the
Win32DisableAcceptEx
> > directive.
> > [Sun Mar 21 21:41:16 2004] [error] (OS 10038)An operation was attempted
on
> > something that is not a socket.  : Child 2880: Encountered too many
errors
> > accepting client connections. Possible causes: dynamic address renewal,
or
> > incompatible VPN or firewall software. Try using the
Win32DisableAcceptEx
> > directive.
> > [Sun Mar 21 21:41:17 2004] [error] (OS 10038)An operation was attempted
on
> > something that is not a socket.  : Child 2880: Encountered too many
errors
> > accepting client connections. Possible causes: dynamic address renewal,
or
> > incompatible VPN or firewall software. Try using the
Win32DisableAcceptEx
> > directive.
> >
> > Kim
> >
> Kim,
>
> I do not know what this is...
>
> However, as search on Win32DisableAcceptEx returns this...
>
> http://httpd.apache.org/docs-2.1/mod/mpm_winnt.html
>
> Are you running a firewall on your machine?
> Can you try this directive (Win32DisableAcceptEx - see url above) or
> remove your firewall?
>
> I have a home network as well with a Linksys router. My main server is
> Debian GNU/Linux running Apache 2 but I also have a Windows XP machine
> running Apache2.
>
> Chris
>
>
>
>
>
>
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