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IBM HTTP server

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Last Modified: 2013-12-10
I have two linux machines A and B. I have installed deployment manager and a custom profile on machine A and a custom node on machine B. Custom node on machine B is sucessfully federated with dmgr at  machine B. now i want to install IBM http server and plugins on both the machines. Please give me full description.
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I have installed IBM http server and plugins. Then i copy configurewebserver1.sh file from plugins directory to appserver/bin  and executed it. But i am getting problem in starting the http server.
Below are the commands.
[root@LinuxCig bin]# ./apachectl start
httpd: Could not determine the server's fully qualified domain name, using for ServerName
httpd (pid 3373) already running
[root@LinuxCig bin]#
Please help
Look like ur WebServer already started, the below line shows that
"httpd (pid 3373) already running"
You can verify the process in many ways. Below are the details

1. Do a ps -aef|grep httpd (WebServer is running)
2. Do a ps -aef|grep 3373 (Check the process id 3373 is running )
3. Check *.pid in the logs directory.
4. You can try to access the webserver by hitting url( with the port number

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