jnarins at seniorbridge
Apr 4, 2012, 8:42 AM
> > I see a hit in the access logs.
> > I get an Internal Server Error.
> > And still, the error log is completely silent. This is my problem.
> Without server errors I get a bit lost.
> This seems to be a config with VirtualHosts.
> Are you sure that you're looking in the correct error logs ?
> Some errors will be in the "main" log, others in the virtual host logs.
> Also, "print STDERR" is not necessarily the best way to send an error
> to the logs, under
> mod_perl 2.
While I am using Virtual Hosts, the PerlPostConfigHandler is defined outside any of them.
On a positive note, when I change from "print STDERR" to open my $fh, ">>/tmp/abc" in my PostConfig handler, the file is written.
I checked the whole machine, there are no other error logs. Do I need to set up virtual host error logs separately, and they just go to /dev/null without such configuration?
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