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XAMPP Apache port no. change

Posted on 2011-02-14
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I'm using VisualSVN Server (apache's default port is 80) and XAMPP (its default port is 80). I changed the default port of 8080 to XAMPP (\ xampp \ apache \ conf \ httpd.conf). There is a problem appeared:
When I run Apache in XAMPP and replace the URL to localhost: 8080 then it works. But I still can not run apche in VisualSVN Server.
And back again when I start the VisualSVN Server service, I can not start Apache in XAMPP.
Summary:
+ Start apache in VisualSVN Server can not start Apache in XAMPP
+ Start Apache in XAMPP can not start apache in VisualSVN Server.
Although VisualSVN Server's default port is 80
XAMPP is 8080
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What's in the apache error.log?

Note that you do not only need to configure the http ports for each of your installations, but also the https ports. If both share the same https port this could produce errors.

Note that there also may be a problem if both installations run Apache as a service, and they do so under the same name. If I remember correctly, XAMPP offers you the option to run Apache as a service, or start it as a normal application. Try the latter if VisualSVN already is running an Apache service.
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We changed the https:// port for Visual SVN server from the settings and both apache and SVN server started working fine...
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Byteridge,

I do not understand your closing request.

Looking into the https configuration, as I suggested, was the solution to your question. So you could simply choose my comment as the solution.
Instead, you initiated a closing request that grants me only 200 points for the solution, leaving 300 points for your own comment in which you merely acknowledged my solution.

I am objecting to this closing request because it does not seem to be compliant to the rules of E-E. By my objection, the thread will be reopened. You can now close it in another way, or wait for a moderator to look into the issue.
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Happy?
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Understand that... Will take care of it in future... :)
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Thank you.
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