Requested URL not found, NOT 404

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Requested URL not found, NOT 404

Postby Digimeat » 02. July 2015 04:39

I have Xampp version: 5.6.8 on Windows 8.1 64bit. The problem I am having is with PHP pages. I can make a very simple PHP page that just echos "Hello World" and it will load fine, but when I try to view a large script I get an error. When my PHP page is not index.php I can verify that Apache can see it as it is listed in the files. However, whenever I try to open it it says "not found. The requested URL was not found on this server". Note this is NOT a 404 error, if I type a random string on my website I can see a 404 error, THIS IS NOT THAT. If I intentional put an error in my PHP page I get the expected error when I load the page, but when there isn't an error it does the "Not found" thing. I've looked for the solution and tried lots to no success, I've tried configuring my virtualhost, my mod_rewrite is enabled, and AllowOverride All is configured. I would really appreciate help as I have not found my problem anywhere else online.
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Re: Requested URL not found, NOT 404

Postby Altrea » 02. July 2015 10:57

Apache error.log and access.log entries related to this requests?
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Re: Requested URL not found, NOT 404

Postby Digimeat » 03. July 2015 12:19

I've checked the logs. When I purposely have an error in my PHP it is in the log that the error occurred, but when it says "URL not found" there is nothing about it.
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Re: Requested URL not found, NOT 404

Postby Altrea » 03. July 2015 13:01

Apache logs every request, even the successful.
So if there is no entry in your access.log, you maybe don't request the correct Webserver.

Anyway, without any useful Information from the logs it is impossible for us to Identify the problem and help you solving it
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