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From "Joshua Slive" <jos...@slive.ca>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Apache 2.0 starts but won't serve documents
Date Wed, 06 Sep 2006 15:01:07 GMT
On 9/6/06, Al McNicoll <al@integritec.co.uk> wrote:
> Hi all, just wondering if anyone here has seen this problem before or has an
> idea what could be the root cause - other forums and Google have turned up
> nothing...
>
> ------
> SETUP:
> ------
> - Apache 2.0 running on XP Pro (laptop)
> - httpd.conf unchanged from the standard distribution, except that:
> -- I've used Win32DisableAcceptEx (the server was crashing and logging
> several AcceptEx errors per second otherwise)
> -- I've loaded PHP as a module (standard lines copied from the many web
> posts on the subject)
>
> My entire setup was working until recently, when it stopped serving pages.
> Now the firefox "page loading" icon just keeps turning without the page
> loading or giving a "web page not found" error. It can sit there for upwards
> of 30 minutes, not doing anything.
>
> I've tried changing the port Apache listens on (eg to 8888, connecting with
> http://localhost:8888) - no joy.
>
> The confusing thing is that the error log is blank, other than the usual
> start-up notices (none of which is out of the ordinary). Access.log is also
> blank - does this mean that the request hasn't even got through to the
> server, or just that the page hasn't been served successfully?
>
> Any pointers on what I could do to trace the fault would be really
> appreciated.

My first guess would be a networking issue.  But if you want to see
what is happening deep in the guts of apache, you can follow the
instructions here:
http://httpd.apache.org/dev/debugging.html#backtrace-win

Joshua.

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