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Building Apache relay server and....

2 posts in General Discussion Last posting was on 2010-06-16 15:53:23.0Z
Gregg Hughes Posted on 2010-06-15 19:27:34.0Z
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Good afternoon, all!

I'm building a relay server for use with our ianywhere
installation. I've closely followed the documentation
online and in the Relay Server information in the ianywhere
server.

My Apache server throws up when executing the httpd.conf
file where it tries to load the client module
mod_rs_ap_client.so. That file is zero bytes long, and the
error is "File too short." There's a file called
mod_rs_ap_client.so.1 that does have data in it - is that
the file that needs to be renamed and loaded? There's also
a server version with the same characteristics - will that
also need surgery?

Thanks!

Gregg


Dirk Olderdissen Posted on 2010-06-16 15:53:23.0Z
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Hi Gregg,

wow, you are really diving in deep waters :-)

I won't be able to help you there. You will need to check with the
iAnywhere support guys.

Please provide the Apache + the distribution + the RS version up to the
last dot when you get in contact with them.


Cheers,
Dirk
iAnywhere Consulting TEAM EMEA, Germany

On 6/15/2010 9:27 PM, Gregg Hughes wrote:
> Good afternoon, all!
>
> I'm building a relay server for use with our ianywhere
> installation. I've closely followed the documentation
> online and in the Relay Server information in the ianywhere
> server.
>
> My Apache server throws up when executing the httpd.conf
> file where it tries to load the client module
> mod_rs_ap_client.so. That file is zero bytes long, and the
> error is "File too short." There's a file called
> mod_rs_ap_client.so.1 that does have data in it - is that
> the file that needs to be renamed and loaded? There's also
> a server version with the same characteristics - will that
> also need surgery?
>
> Thanks!
>
> Gregg