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comment Apache error logs are empty httpd.conf defines the error log file in /var/log/httpd/error_log
Well, in that case, the manager really should be taking care of this. A simple suggestion. Install the distribution in question somewhere else. Then compare the two. If this machine has been messed with, you should be able to see the differences.
Sep
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comment Apache error logs are empty httpd.conf defines the error log file in /var/log/httpd/error_log
Run lsb_release -a for the distribution and version. As for whether you are using binary packages etc. for apache, don't you know?
Sep
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comment Apache error logs are empty httpd.conf defines the error log file in /var/log/httpd/error_log
Please specify your distribution. Are these the stock binary packages for your distribution, a local install, or something else?
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revised Raid5 status is checking means?
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Jul
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comment How to determine if a bash variable is empty?
@RichardHansen: Thanks, that's a useful addition.
Jul
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comment How to determine if a bash variable is empty?
@RichardHansen: Duh. Sorry, I need to work on my reading comprehension.
Jul
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comment How to determine if a bash variable is empty?
What is the difference between the first and last construct? They both correspond to "VAR is either unset or set to a non-empty string".
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comment PostgreSQL: Could not connect to server even though it's running!
This should be a comment, but... please post /etc/postgresql/relevant_version_number/main/pg_hba.conf in your answer or wherever that file is located. You don't say what version of PostgreSQL you are running, though it is probably not important here.