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comment WebServer is inaccessible
Also check that the httpd server listens on your public IP also, not just the loopback interface. If you run netstat -an | grep "LISTEN " you'll get a list of listening processes. Check that the list includes either "0.0.0.0:80" or "[your-public-ip]:80 instead of or in addition to "127.0.0.1:80" and ":::80".
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comment httpd server is not starting
*.so files are meant for Linux/Unix platforms, you should find a DLL file (I'm guessing mod_jk.dll) as adaptr said.
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comment Too many PHP zombie processes
Ok, thanks for providing some peace of mind. I Just started wondering about possible configuration errors because this stated happening right after reloading the config. Well, if it works, don't fix it, right? :)
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