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Hello, We have been migrated to new server and now none Django applications work. When I try to start apache2 service inside the application directory i have this message :

./apache2/bin/start: /home/< user >/webapps/< app >/apache2/bin/httpd: /lib/ld-linux.so.2: bad ELF interpreter: No such file or directory

I'm pretty sure the previous server was a 32bits platform to have this kind of message, so is there any easy way to resolve this ? (There are several applications to fix)

EDIT:

I also tried to create a new Django application, then copy new apache2 binaries, libs and modules to the older one, but the httpd just don't start (when i stop it, it says its not running) without error messages...

Thank you.

asked 20 Jun, 00:51

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edited 20 Jun, 00:57


If you've tried copying the binaries over from a new app and it's still not working, then please open a support ticket and we'll have a look.

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answered 20 Jun, 01:28

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