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Re: Getting it to work ..
If you are a perl guy you can use Apache::FakeRequest to test for script
errors, but the actual connection is dying without error, which would seem
imo to point towards a problem with the server itself.
You've tested other mod_perl on that box? I noticed the server line of
your machine's response didn't include mod_perl.
On Thu, 20 Jun 2002, Nils Vogels wrote:
> Hey Tom,
> On Wed, Jun 19, 2002 at 04:56:00PM -0400, Tom Allen wrote:
> > 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
> > Host: pixtest.yuckfou.org
> I see, The host is at 18.104.22.168, port 80 .. go right ahead :)
> I upgraded apache to 1.3.26 because of the security hole in 1.3.24 found
> earlier this week, but this does not change the situation. When I request some
> unique string, to be able to look the entry up in the webserver logfiles, it
> cannot be found in the logfiles.
> Your suggestion of the telnet session is what I tried earlier, but didnt
> report, this is the result:
> amor# telnet 0 80
> Trying 0.0.0.0...
> Connected to 0.
> Escape character is '^]'.
> GET / HTTP/1.1
> Host: pixtest.yuckfou.org
> Connection closed by foreign host.
> The harddisk rattles a little bit for about a second when doing the request,
> after that the connection just gets flunked :/
> > 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.
> Nothing, as mentioned above :/
> > Could check for warnings with apachectl configtest.
> amor# apachectl configtest
> Warning: DocumentRoot [/net/stuff2/Apps/ebooks] does not exist
> Syntax OK
> The warning is a result from an NFS server which is temporarily down, but that
> has nothing to do with this virtual host, its the documentroot of another
> > 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
> > to.
> That's my bet too .. Is there any way I can get status information from the
> mod-perl input, to see what in hell its doing ? (im am really not a mod-perl
> expert ;)
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