• Apache Httpd Conf Syntax Error

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    The Apache Tomcat Connector – … – Introduction: This document explains how to connect Tomcat to the popular open source web server, Apache httpd. You can use mod_jk, the Tomcat redirector ……

    windows 7 – Apache start failing after … – Most likely you have incompatible Apache build. You have not mentioned where did you download Apache HTTPD from + what PHP version do you have….

    Syntax error on line 1390 of /san/apps/applmgr/devoctora/iAS/Apache/Apache/conf/httpd.conf: … syntax error in httpd.conf. Helios-GunesEROL Jun 9, 2010 8:33 AM (in response to 770449) …

    After making changes to the Apache configuration file, testing the configuration before implementing it is a good practice. To test the Apache ……

    The main configuration file is usually called httpd.conf. … You can check your configuration files for syntax errors without starting the server by using apachectl configtest … allowing for very fine grained configuration. Apache has the capability to serve many different …

    Please note. This document refers to the 2.0 version of Apache httpd, which is no longer maintained. Upgrade, and refer to the current version of httpd ……

    It should point at the location where apache is installed. For example, in a default install on windows, it looks like this: … foundation/apache 2.2/con/httpd.conf: Cannot load c: … > Httpd.exe : syntax error on line 60 of c: …

    Apache web server support special syntax checking. You can run syntax tests for configuration files only. Following two are important syntax checker option you can pass to apache binary program httpd (Red Hat/ Fedora Linux) or apache-perl (Debian Linux apache binary):

    I made changes to the httpd.conf file. How do I reload the new config changes without restarting the Apache 2 web server under Debian / CentOS Linux ……