Apache2 Not starting on reboot
"John W. Foster" <email@example.com> writes:
> My last upgrade of Debian stable on my production server produced an
> error that is causing issues. Apache2 is not automatically restarting as
> it should when the system is rebooted. This is a nightly occurrence and
> is required for hardware testing reasons. Anyone have any ideas as to
> what might be happening? I have checked the error log & see nothing that
> looks suspect. Webmin shows that the Apache server is setup to start on
> bootup. It seems to run fine after I manually restart the server after
> the reboot.
Is apache configured to start in the default runlevel?
(Rest is for completeness and newbies reading the list)
Check /etc/inittab for the line with "initdefault" in it to identify
your default runlevel - it is usually 2.
Assuming your default runlevel is 2, there ought to be a symlink to
/etc/init.d/apache2 (or whatever) in /etc/rc2.d/
See the man page for update-rc.d on how to add apache to the default
runlevel. You need to be root to run update-rc.d
Sigh. I suddenly realise that for past several years, debian has not
been giving me any reason to become root - except to update.
Mahesh T. Pai ||
"The greatest enemy of knowledge is not ignorance,
it is the illusion of knowledge."
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