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    httpd-2.0.55

    i am trying to upgrade apache on my local centos box by download the source file untar cd to directory

    ./configure --prefix=/usr/local/apache2 --enable-info --enable-ssl --enable-module=so --enable-rewrite --enable-so

    then make
    make install


    the process return no error however when all finish and i restart httpd and to check version httpd -v i am still seeing the old 2.0.46


    any idea?
    No, i am not the guy from the simpson's, what's his name again?

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    is it even possible to jump from 2.0.46 to 2.0.55 ?
    No, i am not the guy from the simpson's, what's his name again?

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    Try doing:
    /usr/local/apache2/bin/httpd -v

    To start apache:
    killall -9 httpd
    /usr/local/apache2/bin/apachectl start
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    whereis httpd

    whats it return..

    I jsut did an upgrade from 2.0.40 to 4.0.55 on a redhat 8 box.. its perfectly possible.. However you are overwriting a rpm i nstall? if so that method will not work since its not installed in there, there binarys are installed elsewhere
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steven
    whereis httpd

    whats it return..

    I jsut did an upgrade from 2.0.40 to 4.0.55 on a redhat 8 box.. its perfectly possible.. However you are overwriting a rpm i nstall? if so that method will not work since its not installed in there, there binarys are installed elsewhere
    u mean 2.0.55 apache is long way from v4
    anyways does anybody else find apache2 is unstable, for me it crashes on average twice a week for no apparent reasons
    even if the server is not busy? (i have red hat, fedora core3 and suse9.1 servers)

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    yeah i ment 2.0.55 finger slipped.. I have not found apche 2 very unstable in my opinion
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    why dont you just use yum to update your httpd this will keep the package tree and dependencys clean and working in good order and is alot easier

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    I agree with polyn... yum updates are much more stable...

    I also don't find any problems with apache 2.0 We've been running stable with a significant number of hits and no real sweat....
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    Sorry for the late respond guys i already use yum and staying with the centos rpm so i can keep clean with denpen and updates etc.
    No, i am not the guy from the simpson's, what's his name again?

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