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Apache crash with 8.1.1

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After I got a number of dev sites up including one with an ssl cert with Coral 8.0.0 as per Yoni’s advice in

 

http://forum.uniformserver.com/index.php?showtopic=2467

 

I decided to upgrade to 8.1.1. Everything was fine until I went to the site with the certificate, which caused Apache to crash with the message

 

Apache HTTP Server has encountered a problem and needs to close. We are sorry for the inconvenience.

 

Of course I had generated a new certificate in 8.1.1.

 

The content of the error message started with

 

AppName: httpd1.exe AppVer: 2.2.22.0 ModName: php5ts.dll

ModVer: 5.3.10.0 Offset: 000a3b02

 

Clicking on “more information” after reporting the error took me to

 

http://wer.microsoft.com/responses/Respons...b9-4d3b4c938009

 

which states

 

PHP Script Interpreter has stopped working properly.

 

Meanwhile, the Apache syntax checks OK.

 

The only other difference from my 8.0.0 installation is that instead of leaving UniServer in its directory so that my sites ended up in, say

 

C:\UniServer\vhosts\mysite1

C:\UniServer\vhosts\mysite2

 

etc. I put it straight into the top of the drive since I don’t have anything else there, so the sites end up in

 

C:\vhosts\mysite1

C:\vhosts\mysite2

 

etc. Any idea what’s going on?

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I think you want to go back to C:\UniServer\....

 

That's what causing the issue I believe. You have broken paths by removing "UniServer"


<p class="bbc_center"><span style="font-size:12px;"><strong>Yoni</strong></span></p>

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Hi Yoni,

 

Thanks for the quick reply. I don’t think it’s a path issue because my other sites all work fine, it’s only the one with the ssl that causes this. To make sure I put everything back in

 

C:\UniServer\vhosts\mysite1

C:\UniServer\vhosts\mysite2

 

etc. and adjusted everything accordingly, but the problem didn’t go away!

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