Re: Where are the log files that show the problems at boot up?

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Jack Gates writes:

On Sunday 09 July 2006 13:48, Sam Varshavchik wrote:
Jack Gates writes:
> On Sunday 09 July 2006 13:15, Sam Varshavchik wrote:
>> Jack Gates writes:
>> > I have a problem with httpd suddenly not starting.  I saw the message
>> > at boot up but could not read it because it passed by too fast.
>> >
>> > Are there log files kept that show what happened at boot up?  Where
>> > are they?
>> >
>> > FC5 upgrade from FC4, FC3, FC2
>> Don't worry about it.  Try:
>> service httpd start
>> And see what happens.
> Sorry for not saying so, but I already did and then did a reboot and saw
> the error message a boot up and then ran service httpd start again and
> got nothing.  I did not see the whole message just that there is
> something about no such file or no such directory.

Wait until you see "Press 'I' to begin interactive startup", do that, and
step through the startup sequence, one command at a time.
Sam Thanks for showing me the "Press 'I' to begin interactive startup"

/etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf is looking for /etc/httpd/modules/ is not on my box anywhere

I did not delete it and I did not change the configuration of httpd.conf or any files in /etc
So where did it go? scratching head!?!
It went nowhere, because it never existed.

Obviously, the correct Apache module being referenced is, and you have a typo in httpd.conf

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