Edit /etc/sysconfig/httpd and find the line that says httpd.worker.
Uncomment that and then try and start the Admin server.
Apache by default uses prefork in Centos/RHEL/Fedora.
Beward that unless php (if you're using it) was compiled for threads, it
will not work with httpd.worker on Centos w/ Apache 2.0.x/2.2.x.
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Sean Carolan wrote:
I have successfully installed Fedora Directory server on an x86_64
machine running CentOS 5. Everything works except for the Admin
Server. When I attempt to start it the apache module fails to load:
[Mon Mar 23 16:06:44 2009] [error] This module only supports the threaded MPM
Can anyone shed some light on this error? I googled and looked
through the mailing list archives but did not find anything to
specifically address this problem
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