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Error starting apache.

vikas1111
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I have installed apache2.2 on my windows xp system. I even have IISw3 running on my system, My problem is with Apache, every day i have to restart my system 20 times in order to start apache. I get status error[1]. I am attaching a screen shot of the error shown. Please guide me to get rid of this error.

King Regards.
Vikas.R.H
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Aug 18 '09 #1
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numberwhun
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@vikas1111
First, I almost cannot read the pic you put up. What I could see shows m that there is an error, but does not say what the error is. Do you have anything in your httpd.log file? If it isn't set, set it in the httpd.conf and restart apache and see what gets put in there and please share it with us.

If you are running IIS as well, I wonder if this is a conflict between the two doing something like trying to listen to the same port. Just an idea but won't know more until I see the error Apache is reporting.

Regards,

Jeff
Aug 18 '09 #2
vikas1111
122 100+
@numberwhun
Hi Jeff.

Thanks for replying. Sorry for that small pic attached, actually i am trying to attach image of 424 * 497 dimension but it is getting resized after uploading.
Regarding httpd.log i am not getting it correctly , could you please explain it in detail ?
IIS port is at 8080 and Apache is at 80.Do i need to change the port for Apache or IIS ? if yes then what port should it be ?

King Regards
Vikas
Aug 19 '09 #3
numberwhun
3,503 Expert Mod 2GB
@vikas1111
While the following documentation is geared towards Unix, the specifics (such as directives) of the httpd.conf file are the same, or should be.

Check this link for logging. You want to specifically read about the ErrorLog directive as it defines where the log file resides and what it is called, where Apache writes the main errors you want to see.

Once you have that set, restart apache and see if it logs anything in there.

Regards,

Jeff
Aug 19 '09 #4

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