How to start *admin in HTTP Server.

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STRTCPSVR
V5R1
It has been scheduled to start STRTCPSVR but in HTTP the *ADMIN is not started. Only the default Apache is active.

HTTP server unable to start. Initialization errors were detected.

Failed to bind and listen on port 80.

HTTP server unable to start. Configuration errors were detected.

HTTP Server instance APACHEDFT is already active.



Software/Hardware used:
V5R1, 170

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  • Subhendu Sen
    This is not a solution, but take as a suggestions.... In order to stop or restart Apache, u must send a signal to the running httpd processes. U will notice many httpd executables running on system, but u should not send signals to any of them except the parent. First stop Apache by httpd -k shutdown and then restart by httpd -k restart Open Command Prompt from Start Menu > Programs. Change to the folder to which installed Apache, type the command apache, and read the error message. Then change to the logs folder, and review the error.log file for configuration mistakes. cd ..logs more < error.log and see the what errors r there !
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  • WilsonAlano
    Look at the *ADMIN configuration. May be it was modified to listen to port 80 (2001 is the default) and if another instance (APACHEDFT) is using port 80 you will receive this kind of messages. Regards, Wilson
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  • jinteik
    if you still cannot start the thing call IBM. usually when starting this stuff, it is quite straight forward.
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