lampp script triggers error when reloadapache

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lampp script triggers error when reloadapache

Postby coldje » 11. January 2021 20:44

When I try to restart Apache2 in XAMPP with sudo /opt/lampp/lampp reloadapache, I get this message:

XAMPP: Reload Apache.../opt/lampp/lampp: line 356: kill: (4503) - No such process
fail.
kill returned 1.

I've looked and I don't see a PID 4503.
On line 356 of the /opt/lampp/lampp file, it has: kill -USR1 $(cat "XAMPP_ROOT/logs/httpd.pid")
This runs under the function reloadApache () {...
In the file httpd.pid the only item is: 4503. I deleted that and ran reloadapache again and now get this error:
XAMPP: Reload Apache...kill: usage: kill [-s sigspec | -n signum | -sigspec] pid | jobspec ... or kill -l [sigspec]
fail.
kill returned 2.

I don't know what I did to cause this problem?
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Re: lampp script triggers error when reloadapache

Postby coldje » 11. January 2021 23:14

I don't know why this worked, but when I : /opt/lampp$ sudo ./xampp start, apache2 started just fine.
I decided to try this after reading some threads online about someone trying to use kill and always term with a 0.
Anyway, I think running the xampp script resets the httpd.pid log like it should vs. the lampp script.

Nevermind.
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