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Re: Getting it to work ..
What I was hoping to connect to do was to see what the web server was
saying to requests.
Errors must be going somewhere. Do you have a vhost alias that matches
higher up in the conf file? I would check other logs for access/error
messages, then perhaps try:
telnet pixtest.yuckfou.org 80
get / HTTP/1.1
After the Host line, you'll have to hit enter twice.
See what (if anything) you get.
To find the log that's getting written, you could request a page with your
browser like http://pixtest.yuckfou.org/hortens and then "grep hortens *"
in your log directory.
Could check for warnings with apachectl configtest.
Would need to know more to give you any more advice, but my bet is you'll
find out what you need to know when you find what log requests are going
On Wed, 19 Jun 2002, Nils Vogels wrote:
> On Tue, Jun 18, 2002 at 06:38:33PM -0400, Tom Allen wrote:
> > First step would be vhost config, when you say your log doesnt show
> > anything, do you literally mean no entry, not even the request? If so,
> I literally mean nothing, not the request, not an error. When I was setting
> things up and had some things misconfigured, I got an Internal Server Error,
> which /did/ get logged, but now it's just a total blank
> > you have vhost config issue. pixtest.yuckfou.org doesn't resolve for me,
> > so hopefully you've got some kind of intranet thing going.
> Yeah, is on an internal DNS server, don't worry about that DNS one ;-)
> BTW: When you say vhost config issue, do you have any idea what it could be ?
> I have several other vhosts working on the same box, some even with mod_perl
> enabled too ..
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