`apachectl status` fails after enabling "mod_ssl"

by kghbln   Last Updated May 15, 2018 20:00 PM

After enabling "mod_ssl" and adding my first VirtualHost for port 443 I was puzzled to learn that apachectl status no longer works even though "mod_status" was working before. Apache is however running fine and serving all requests.

Tags : debian apache2


Answers 1


Finally I realized that I did not enable the "default-ssl" site. So after enabling it and doing a apachectl graceful issuing apachectl status started to provide the exptected information again.

kghbln
kghbln
May 15, 2018 19:34 PM

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