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From hu...@sonic.net
Subject Re: [users@httpd] ScriptAlias/cgi-bin for apache instance on port 8080
Date Thu, 15 Nov 2012 00:12:21 GMT
 
 On Wed 14/11/12 15:41 , Tim Johnson tim@akwebsoft.com sent:
 * Igor Cicimov  [121114 13:29]:
 > On Thu, Nov 15, 2012 at 5:40 AM, Tim Johnson  wrote:
 > 
 > > * Pete Houston  [121114 09:38]:
 > > > If you look in the error log it should tell you precisely which path
it
 > > > is that has not been found, ie. after all the aliasing and so forth
this
 > > > will tell you precisely where on the filesystem it is looking for
the
 > > > content that is not found.
 > > Even with the error log directive, the 8080 instance is not
 > > writing to the log.
 > > thanks

 You might actually have two separate Apache listeners, one for each port.
Are you sure that the config file you are inspecting/editing is the one
that the 8080 listener is reading?

 Can you stop Apache and make sure that both port 80 *and* port 8080 stop?
If the 8080 port keeps on listening (still returns "Not Found"), then there
is a second config file somewhere, with a second error log location in it.

 Another test would be to change the port from 8080 to 8888 or something,
and restart Apache, and see whether you need to modify your URL to match.

 hugh

 > >
 > > Meaning apache user probably doesn't have write permissions to the
error
 > log directory you pointed to.
 The owner is root and the group is wheel. Permissions were 644,
 reset to 666 - no changes

 to Recap :

 with chmod 644, ownership root:wheel the apache logs are written
 to by the port 80 (default) instance

 with chmod 666 OR 644, ownership root:wheel the apache logs are _not_
written
 by the port 8080 instance
 -- 
 Tim 
 tim at tee jay forty nine dot com or akwebsoft dot com
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