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Author Jared Greenwald <greenwaldjared@gmail.com>
Full name Jared Greenwald <greenwaldjared@gmail.com>
Date 2007-11-27 06:18:10 PST
Message The /etc/httpd/conf.d/current.conf file is not enough to run the
entire of apache.

You should have a line somewhere in your /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf
that looks like the following:

Include conf.d/*.conf

This line is what will bring the current apache configuration rules
into the running apache instance. I'm not sure if it makes a
difference, but all of my conf.d files are 644 permissions and owned
by root/root.


On Nov 27, 2007 5:22 AM, Darryl Plank <Darryl dot Plank at aems dot net> wrote:
> In the current manual [Chapter 2 - Apache configuration] it states:
> "It [cinstall create_apache_config] will create an Apache configuration
> file, normally /etc/httpd/conf.d/cu​rrent.httpd.conf, that will be loaded the
> next time you start Apache."
> Executing "cinstall create_apache_config" does indeed create the file
> "/etc/httpd/conf.d/c​urrent.httpd.conf". However when Apache is started,
> this file is not loaded, instead "/etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf" is loaded.
> Furthermore, if apache is started with the command:
> "apachectl -f /etc/httpd/conf.d/cu​rrent.httpd.conf"
> I get the following error message:
> Syntax error on line 17 of /etc/httpd/conf.d/cu​rrent.httpd.conf:
> Invalid command 'Alias', perhaps mis-spelled or defined by a module not
> included in the server configuration.
> Line 17 corresponds to:
> Alias /XMLRPC/$RHN /export/current/www
> Does anyone know what is going wrong?
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