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In perusing the /etc/rc2.d/messages directory, the file the S95docview says that httpd was not started. When I run /etc/docview start, I get the response bad hash. I figure I broke something, but I have know idea what I should be looking for or where I should be looking. This is a new install. What information is needed so to direct me in the right direction? Thanks. Steve P....

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    Default 5.0.7 with Maintenance Pack 1

    In perusing the /etc/rc2.d/messages directory, the file the S95docview
    says that httpd was not started. When I run /etc/docview start, I get
    the response bad hash.

    I figure I broke something, but I have know idea what I should be
    looking for or where I should be looking. This is a new install.

    What information is needed so to direct me in the right direction?

    Thanks.

    Steve P.


    Steve Guest

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    Steve typed (on Thu, Nov 20, 2003 at 02:22:46AM +0000):
    | In perusing the /etc/rc2.d/messages directory, the file the S95docview
    | says that httpd was not started. When I run /etc/docview start, I get
    | the response bad hash.
    |
    | I figure I broke something, but I have know idea what I should be
    | looking for or where I should be looking. This is a new install.
    |
    | What information is needed so to direct me in the right direction?

    Have you tried re-running 'rundig'?

    --
    JP
    Jean-Pierre Guest

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    Jean-Pierre Radley wrote:
     

    I tried re-running 'rundig', along with /etc/docview (suggested by rundig)
    with the following results:

    ../rundig: ERROR: The DocView http server does not appear to be running.
    Missing the lockfile /usr/lib/docview/logs/docview.pid.
    You must start the server before executing rundig.
    Start the DocView server with this command:
    /etc/docview start

    Bad hash.

    /etc/docview start: httpd could not be started.
    ----
    Steve P.

    Steve Guest

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    "Steve" <net> wrote > > | In perusing the /etc/rc2.d/messages
    directory, the file the S95docview [/ref]


    This may be the problem that I had with apache (and backupedge
    double-buffering) after updating 5.0.7 , fixed by increasing semaphores to
    100 per TA 125242 at SCO Knowledge Center. My error messages were more in
    line with those in the TA, however. Look in your system logs to see if
    apache errors similar to those in the TA are logged during system startup.
    Here are some of newsgroup replies:

    From: Bela Lubkin <com>
    Subject: Re: apache error after 5.0.7 updates
    Date: Sat, 13 Sep 2003 00:28:05 GMT
    References: <SDk8b.175$news.atl.earthlink.net>
    <com>

    Joe Chasan wrote:
     
    why 

    Because the problem was discovered the day _after_ the supplement was
    posted on the web site. We debated recutting the supplement, but that's
    always a big mess with different systems claiming to have the same thing
    on them, but they don't really. Or we could have recut it with a new
    version number, but then there would be an implied need for users who
    already had the original version to re-download and reinstall the "new"
    version, which would be a huge waste of their effort when all they
    needed to do was change a parameter.
     


    David Guest

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    In article <net>, Steve <net> wrote: 

    I'm under the impression that this indicates some problem with perl libraries.
    I noticed it earlier this week (though it might be the first time I've tried
    to run docview on the system in question). In my case I was able to fix it by
    installing MP1, but your subject line suggests that you've already done that.
    You might also install oss646b if you haven't done that.

    John
    --
    John DuBois com KC6QKZ/AE http://www.armory.com/~spcecdt/
    John Guest

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    John DuBois typed (on Thu, Nov 20, 2003 at 10:55:02PM +0000):
    | In article <net>, Steve <net> wrote:
    | >In perusing the /etc/rc2.d/messages directory, the file the S95docview
    | >says that httpd was not started. When I run /etc/docview start, I get
    | >the response bad hash.
    | >
    | >I figure I broke something, but I have know idea what I should be
    | >looking for or where I should be looking. This is a new install.
    | >
    | >What information is needed so to direct me in the right direction?
    |
    | I'm under the impression that this indicates some problem with perl libraries.
    | I noticed it earlier this week (though it might be the first time I've tried
    | to run docview on the system in question). In my case I was able to fix it by
    | installing MP1, but your subject line suggests that you've already done that.
    | You might also install oss646b if you haven't done that.

    I do believe that MP1 supersedes oss646b.

    --
    JP
    Jean-Pierre Guest

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