How To Run Native Apache Commands in an Oracle HTTP Server 11g Environment
(Doc ID 946532.1)
Last updated on AUGUST 14, 2019
Applies to:Oracle Fusion Middleware - Version 220.127.116.11.0 to 18.104.22.168.0 [Release Oracle11g]
Oracle HTTP Server - Version 22.214.171.124.0 to 126.96.36.199.0 [Release Oracle11g]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
This document provides scripts to set the environment for a command line session such that native Apache commands can be run from a Fusion Middleware 11g Oracle HTTP Server home. The scripts also automatically dump the following data using native apache commands which do not require any Apache processes to be running.
- Full Apache version
- Configuration file syntax check
- Dump of static and shared loaded modules
- Dump of Virtual Host information
This document is intended for support engineers, consultants, system administrators. The scripts should only be used for diagnosing problems.
In normal circumstances native apache commands should NOT be used to start and stop Oracle HTTP Server. (OHS). OHS should be started up via one of the supported methods i.e OPMN (opmnctl) or Fusion Middleware Control.
Furthermore, running native "apache" commands is not the only method for troubleshooting Oracle HTTP Server issues. It is a method which supplements advice given in the product documentation and other knowledge articles. Check out:
Oracle Fusion Middleware Administrator's Guide for Oracle HTTP Server 11g Release 1 (11.1.1)
Chapter 5 Managing and Monitoring Server Processes
Chapter 7 Managing Oracle HTTP Server Logs
Appendix C Troubleshooting Oracle HTTP Server
<Note 1303000.1> How to Troubleshoot Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g OPMN Issues?
<Note 280165.1> Troubleshooting Oracle HTTP Server Using /server-status (mod_status)
<Note 967889.1> How to View Oracle HTTP Server 11g MOD_WL_OHS Routing and Other Debug Information?
<Note 1304095.1> Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g - Troubleshooting the Error "Failure of server APACHE bridge"
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