I finally got around to upgrading my Mac to Tiger. I had to copy my old
httpd.conf file to the proper directory; but other than that it works fine.

However, apachectl no longer accepts "startssl" as an argument (it
returns with a "usage" instruction that prescribes start, stop, etc.).
It works fine with "apachectl start"; but to my surprise the server that
starts up with this command accepts https requests and sends the cert I
set up previously.

I could re-build and re-install apache and mod_ssl as I did originally
before the OS upgrade, but do I need to bother with that? I remember
that apachectl should require startssl as an argument in order to
startup the SSL server, so it seems something weird is going on, and I
wonder if I need to make it behave the way it used to.

-Mark

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