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[EP-tech] Re: post installation issue



Hello,

You sent yesterday the output of your error logs:

[Tue Mar 20 21:38:32 2012] [notice] caught SIGTERM, shutting down
[Tue Mar 20 21:38:32 2012] [notice] suEXEC mechanism enabled (wrapper: /usr/sbin/suexec)
[Tue Mar 20 21:38:32 2012] [notice] Digest: generating secret for digest authentication ...
[Tue Mar 20 21:38:32 2012] [notice] Digest: done
[Tue Mar 20 21:38:32 2012] [notice] Apache/2.2.15 (Unix) DAV/2 mod_perl/2.0.4 Perl/v5.10.1 configured -- resuming normal operations


When EPrints is loading, it shows a message on the like of:

[Wed Mar 21 10:38:25 2012] [notice] EPrints archives loaded: {repo_name}

So EPrints isn't loading on your server & I'd say your instance of 
apache is misconfigured. You'll have to post your httpd.conf (or 
apache2.conf depending on your linux flavour) file here if you need 
further help.

By the way in your 10_core.pl file, you set up an alias / redirect on 
your main host - if the EPrints' apache conf was actually loaded, you 
couldn't connect to your hostname at all (infinite redirects).

See below, remove the lines in bold (and re-generate the eprints apache 
conf & restart apache) - note that this won't fix your problem above 
(the fact that EPrints isn't loading).

> bash-4.1$ cat 10_core.pl |more
> # This file was created by bin/epadmin
> # You can regenerate this file by doing ./bin/epadmin config_core publications_new
> $c->{host} = 'eprints.ccmb.res.in';
> $c->{port} = '80';
> $c->{aliases} = [
>                    {
>                      'redirect' =>  'yes',
>                      'name' =>  'eprints.ccmb'
>                    },
>                    {
>                      'redirect' =>  'yes',
>                      'name' =>  'eprints'
>                    },
> *                   {
>                      'redirect' =>  'yes',
>                      'name' =>  'eprints.ccmb.res.in'
>                    },*
>                    {
>                      'redirect' =>  'yes',
>                      'name' =>  'eprints'
>                    }
>                  ];
> $c->{securehost} = '';
> $c->{secureport} = 443;
> $c->{http_root} = undef;
> bash-4.1$

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