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Old 21st August 2010, 04:54 AM
Avantika Offline
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httpd start failed

When i installed snort (this might not be the reason of the problem---i m using it just as a timestamp) whenever i checked service httpd status it used to tell me "httpd dead but subsys locked" and when i tried to stop it, i would fail. But on starting again it would say ok but status repeated the above message...

Finding no solution for it, I yum removed httpd along with all the dependencies it stated...I noted them down and reinstalled httpd and dependencies later on again.

At that time when I checked the status, The above problem was same with the difference just that I could start and stop both and on started it would give error same as"httpd dead but subsys locked".

After reboot(I think more than once....in the mean time I did install several other packages just fighting to make my laptop make a sound) now the problem is a bit modified again, it is like: I am not able to start the service and hence the status says failed...

I don't know what to do. Please help me out....
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