On my RHEL 7.1 I am running trying to set some environment variables for the IBMs httpd service. The variables are picked up by my httpd.conf to allow me to re-use it for multiple environments.
For whatever reason, the sysop didn't install it as a "proper" systemd snippet, so I only have
to work with
Contents of file looks like
HTTPD=/opt/IBMIHS/bin/httpd OPTIONS="-f httpconf/httpd.conf"
I then try to add
and restart the httpd service by issuing
systemctl start httpd
And get the following error:
Ignoring invalid environment assignment 'export my.server.name='www.domain.com': /etc/sysconfig/httpd
I tried a few other permutations, like HTTPD_my.server.name=, but that gave the same response.
Anybody seen this? It might be RHEL related, as I have found many pages where they show this exact way to set the environment variables to expose to Apache.