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    I have had a MacOSX Server version 10.1.4 running for about two years. Well, lets say since it was released, and it’s been updated as the updates came out, along the way. It has served me well, with quite a few of my personal sites on it. It doesn’t get much use, as most of the sites are un promoted, and un finished. But, it has worked pretty good, with very few problems.

    But, I got a “virtualhost” problem about a month ago, and had to delete the newly added virtualhost to resolve it. I haven’t even added it back yet, but now the server has shut down, and won’t restart. It tries too for some time, but just won’t.

    Since it’s been running so well, I have gotten a bit rusty, and am not sure what to do.

    I check the “error_log” in the “Log Viewer” section of the MacOSAdmin application.

    The last two entries say:

    [Mon Aug 18 23:24:06 2003] [warn] NameVirtualHost has no VirtualHosts
    [Mon Aug 18 23:24:06 2003] [crit] (48)Address already in use: make_sock: could not bind to address port 80

    That’s all I know.

    Any ideas?


    Thank You, that did fix my problem.



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