Apache HTTP Server Version 2.0
This document refers to the 2.0 version of Apache httpd, which is no longer maintained. Upgrade, and refer to the current version of httpd instead, documented at:
If you are having trouble with your Apache server software, you should take the following steps:
/usr/local/apache2/logs/error_log, but see the
ErrorLogdirective in your config files for the location on your server.
Apache has an active community of users who are willing to share their knowledge. Participating in this community is usually the best and fastest way to get answers to your questions and problems.
If you've gone through those steps above that are appropriate and have obtained no relief, then please do let the httpd developers know about the problem by logging a bug report.
If your problem involves the server crashing and generating a core dump, please include a backtrace (if possible). As an example,
# cd ServerRoot
# dbx httpd core
(Substitute the appropriate locations for your ServerRoot
and your httpd and core files. You may have to use
gdb instead of
With several million users and fewer than forty volunteer developers, we cannot provide personal support for Apache. For free support, we suggest participating in a user forum.