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Author: Bernard Klatt- Admin
Email: admin@ftcnet.com
Date: 1998/08/29
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Hi all,
        I'm running BSDI V3.0 , but after moving the server to it's
current location it doesn't serve any web pages now.  Puzzling, since

ps -ax  shows:

8735  ??  I    0:00.02 (httpd)  
 187  ??  Ss   0:38.40 /usr/contrib/bin/httpd -d /var/www/adminweb -f /var/w
 205  co- S    4:34.14 /usr/local/squid/bin/squid

top  shows:

load averages:  0.20,  0.21,  0.17  14:53:31
40 processes:  1 running, 39 sleeping
CPU states:  0.2% user,  0.0% nice,  0.8% system,  0.0% int, 99.0% idle
Memory: Real: 8536K/16M Virt: 17M/198M Free: 8304K   
 187 root 10 0 360K  264K sleep 0:38  0.00%  0.00% httpd 

The last entry in:  /var/log/httpd/error_log
is an entry from 3 days ago:     httpd: caught SIGTERM, shutting down 

I tried a  kill -USR1 187  (httpd_pid), but no help

Using  lynx  from console returns:
        Alert! Unable to access remote host

If I try to access a page via my Squid proxy, it returns:
        (61) Connection refused

I spent some time searching the Nexial.com archives but didn't see
anything too helpful.  Any suggestions or ideas appreciated.  Thanks,

--Bernard

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