I am running the server with the -D SSL option now and all is well.

Thanks for the help Cliff and Ron.

-Jon


On Jun 21, 2005, at 3:51 PM, R. DuFresne wrote:

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> You could though the gain might not be there, why not just run the
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>> On Jun 21, 2005, at 2:35 PM, Cliff Woolley wrote:
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>>> On Tue, 21 Jun 2005, Jon August wrote:
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>>>> Hi,
>>>> I'm switching from Stronghold to Apache 2.0.54 with mod_ssl
>>>> enabled.
>>>> When I start apache, everything appears to work except the SSL
>>>> site.
>>>> There's some sort of warning about the cache. mod_ssl.c is
>>>> listed as
>>>> a compiled in module, and there's an: Include conf/ssl.conf in the
>>>> httpd.conf Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
>>>>
>>> Are you starting httpd with the -D SSL command line argument? If
>>> not,
>>> then the entire block of configuration directives inside the
>>> >>> SSL> container in your config file will be ignored.
>>> --Cliff
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