Bitnami Apache Server Stopped

Keywords: LAMP/MAMP/WAMP - Windows - How to - Connectivity (SSH/FTP)
Description:
Hi, my Bitnami looks like my Apache server stopped. However I can still access the localhost and my applications. I didn’t understand that. When I try to restart, it doesn’t change to the started. As I say, I can access my apps but maybe it can be problem in sometime to me. Do you know any idea how to solve this?

Hi @suyo571oner

Thanks for using Apache Airflow!

Could you please share a screenshot of the Bitnami Stack Manager application, both for the Manage Servers tab and Application Log

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You can learn more about the Maganager here:
https://docs.bitnami.com/installer/faq/windows-faq/administration/control-services-windows/

Additionally, we have a Support Tool that will gather relevant information for us to analyze your configuration and logs. Could you please execute it on the machine where the stack is running by following the steps described in the guide below?

Please note that you need to paste the code ID that is shown at the end.

Best regards,
Jose Antonio Carmona


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Hi jcarmona!
This is manage servers tab,

And this is log tab,

Also I wasn’t sure which apache I am using and I chose airflow.

Hi!

Thanks for sharing the screenshot! Unfortunately, there are no relevant messages on the Server Events panel. In order to obtain more information, open a new CMD window and run the following command:

INSTALLDIR\apache2\bin\httpd.exe -f INSTALLDIR\wordpress-5.7-2\apache2\conf\httpd.conf

Bear in mind that you should replace INSTALLDIR with your actual installation directory

If the Apache server has any problem starting you should be able to see it upon executing the command. For example:

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Jose Antonio Carmona


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Hi!

I tried but there is no results. Because I have not wordpress. I have just wampstack.

Hi again!

I tried but there is no results. Because I have not wordpress. I have just wampstack.

Yes, you should substitute INSTALLDIR in my command for the installation directory of your application. In your case, it should be somewhat similar to C:\Bitnami\wampstack-X.X.X-X\apache2\bin\httpd.exe

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Jose Antonio Carmona


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Hi again!

I wrote that command and this is the response,

As I said, I can access localhost but in Bitnami it seems like apache server not working.

Hi @suyo571oner

The output you provided seems to indicate there is another program/service that is already listening to port 80. Do you know of this program? Do you have another instance of Bitnami WordPress or another server running? What happens if you try to access localhost?

Unfortunately, only one program/service can listen to a specific port at a time. You need to either stop this program or change the assigned port to the Bitnami WordPress stack.

If you don’t know which program is currently listening on that port, you can try to list the programs in your system that have open connections with the following command:

netstat -abno

Best regards,
Jose Antonio Carmona


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