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comment Could not resolve host — no address associated with name
Woah, double take time. I just realized that I'm running 1.3, I was thinking it said 2.3. I guess I should be asking how to update Apache on OpenBSD (or figure out the syntax for 1.3)
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comment Could not resolve host — no address associated with name
Version 1.3.29. I tried removing the https, and got httpd could not be started. (I'm used to just grabbing apache from a yum repo, so I don't even think about having an old version) ServerName is [subdomain].[subdomain].[domain].us
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comment Could not resolve host — no address associated with name
oh, I don't even know what version I'm running, I just used the latest documentation anyways :)
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comment Could not resolve host — no address associated with name
It's for my SSL secured vhost: httpd.apache.org/docs/2.4/bind.html#protocol
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I also came to the conclusion that [b] is not included, httpd -S hasn't changed. All of the files have been edited with Smultron on a Mac, so the file endings "should" be the same. (Famous last words, I know) Actually, I did check, and it returned ASCII English text on clients.conf
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comment All Requests Directed to one Virtual Host
I have looked over the IP addresses again, and they all match. I tried sticking in a command that has failed in other conf files, and nothing has shown up in Apache's error files, and httpd returned "Syntax OK", but the [b] conf file is included like [a]s.
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@agy - I think it might, but I don't really know what to do now. I updated my post with the output. Could you take a look?
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Updated with apachectl -S output
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