|CaptainMorgan||megaspaz, then it's a matter of restarting correctly?? what do you mean 'shutdown'? ot|
it said 'shutting down' in that error message
|megaspaz||what shutdown was the attempt to start|
but there's still something listening on ipv6 port 80
|CaptainMorgan||so then it's a startup problem|
will check my ports..
|megaspaz||well yeah, it's still a shutdown problem because the previous instance of apache isn't shutdown|
or it could be the pid file isn't deleted
it's hard to say with this combination of ipv6 listening
|CaptainMorgan||yep, 80 is open...|
|megaspaz||CaptainMorgan: so if you don't expect people to access your server over ipv6, i would make apache listen over ipv4 only|
|CaptainMorgan||how can I do that?|
wait.. but why?
|megaspaz||you can do that by changing listen 80 to Listen 127.0.0.1:80|
CaptainMorgan: well for one not many isps have implemented ipv6 yet
so really no one if anyone will access your server with an ipv6 address...
and all it does is complicate the apache shutdown...
CaptainMorgan: are you using debian/ubuntu?
|megaspaz||your vhost config is in which file?|
is it in /etc/apache2/sites-enabled/000-default?
so you don't need the listen line in that file
debian/ubuntu has Listen 80 in the ports.conf file
You only need one listen 80 (which again i would change to Listen 127.0.0.1:80)
How do I setup "modular" vhosts (ie, each vhost is separate from each other and the main config file)?
|fajita||Include is http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.2/mod/core.html#include and can take a file, directory, or shell wildcard as an argument.|
|RudyValencia||My actual question is, how do I make sure the default vhost is Include'd first?|
|megaspaz||you have to do it by filename|
or you can use seperate include lines for each vhost file in order
depends on how you want to lay it out
|RudyValencia||I could probably name the default one "00default.conf" or something to put it first|
|megaspaz||if you do a directory with vhost *.conf files, you'll have to use filenames to determine the order|