Mysql was updated to the current version, apache not.
And there is nothing about the error in the error log …
I can give another information :
(I had to use “httpd -t” directly, because the apachectl-script is not there)
“httpd -t” gives an error
"Invalid command ‘PerlRequire’, perhaps mis-spelled or defined by a module not included in the server configuration"
I think it is because SuSE uses some conditionals in their config file.
LoadModule perl_module /usr/lib/apache/libperl.so
)On Fri, 10 May 2002 16:39:41 +0200, Harald Wagener wrote:
> firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
>> Hi there,
>> we are currently running RT on several maschines, all with SuSE Linux 7.0. We
>> use the standard apache, adding only the lines in the httpd.conf that are
>> needed for RT.
>> Now for the great mistery :
>> We tried to start the webserver (with rcapache start) and ... syntax error
>> After several tries we can start the webserver without problems.
>> Guess what has changed in the config file : Nothing
>> Can somebody explain this ?
> Unfortunately, You did not provide us with enough data. Normally, more
> information is found in the apache error log. Maybe You can post the changed
> part of Your configuration, and any error messages You can find.
> By the way: It would be best if You updated Your MySQL and apache
> installations to more current versions SuSE 7.0 is a bit old nowadays.
> Harald Wagener*An der Alster 42*20099 Hamburg*http://www.fcb-wilkens.com