[EP-tech] Apache and PerlSwitches
Matthew.Brady at usq.edu.au
Wed May 13 03:17:37 BST 2020
We are in the process of running up new servers to migrate across to, and I am getting a problem when starting Apache.
Syntax error on line 17 of /opt/eprints3/cfg/apache.conf:
Line 17 contains:
I can run epadmin with various options, which seems to indicate its loading the EPrints::SystemSettings into $conf and can connect to database etc...
$ ./epadmin --verbose test repoep3
Starting EPrints Repository.
Connecting to DB ... done.
Everything seems OK.
$ ./epadmin update_dry_run repoep3
Dry run: Fixed saved_search__rindex.field collation
Dry run: Fixed document__rindex.field collation
Dry run: Fixed author__rindex.field collation
Dry run: Fixed user__rindex.field collation
Dry run: Fixed eprint__rindex.field collation
Dry run: Fixed request__rindex.field collation
Dry run: Fixed subject__rindex.field collation
Dry run: 0 datasets added
Dry run: 0 fields added
Dry run: 0 counters were added
As this is a completely new system, there are lots of variables at play...
Upgraded OS, Upgraded Apache 2.2 to 2.4
I have installed the same Perl modules on this system as the existing systems, but I am at a loss where to start to investigate the cause...
If anyone has any thoughts on where to start troubleshooting this, I'm all ears.
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