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I don't know how to reset apache here at webfaction. How do I do this?

asked 23 Jul '12, 12:28

tazboy
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I'm not sure what you mean by "reset" in this context.

If you meant "restart", then the command to run is "~/webapps/<name of your app>/apache2/bin/restart".

Hope that helps!

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answered 23 Jul '12, 15:12

seanf
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I didn't notice that I had to change <name of="" you="" app=""> because it had a different name. Thanks.

(23 Jul '12, 20:30) tazboy

I used but below error comes...

-bash: /home/bhargav/webapps/myapp/apache2/bin/restart: No such file or directory

(06 Dec '14, 06:05) bravelalo

It sounds like either your application is not named "myapp" (in which case you would use your application's name instead), or else your application doesn't use a private Apache instance (such as a PHP website that uses the server-wide shared Apache).

There's generally never a need to restart the shared Apache instance, although if you really do legitimately need a restart we can do that for you - just open a support ticket.

(06 Dec '14, 08:54) ryans ♦♦
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