1:54 - Friday, 25 April 2014

NameVirtualHost 12.345.67.89:443 Has No VirtualHosts After Enabling And Disabling Suexec Module

#Topics: NameVirtualHost * 443 has no virtual host

In the process of trying to enable suexec module I starting getting these warnings (when I restarted apache). I get them when suexec is enabled & disabled:

 * Restarting web server apache2[Wed Oct 05 01:29:40 2011] [warn] NameVirtualHost 12.345.67.89:443 has no VirtualHosts... waiting [Wed Oct 05 01:29:41 2011] [warn] 12.345.67.89:443 has no VirtualHosts...done.

I’m running Ubuntu 10.04, Apache2.2, PHP, MYSQL…

I’m running one site via https:// with a signed cert, ssl, etc, along with several other non-encrypted sites. This was previously working fine, but now (since I restarted the server after trying to enable suexec) I receive the above errors. If the *:443 virtual host is enabled, apache will not restart, and will not serve anything. If I disable the *:443 virtualhost, apache will not restart, and won’t serve any of the domains I am hosting.

The only thing I messed with, except the suexec configuration (via command line), was the sites-enabled config file for the ssl-enabled domain, which looks like this:

     ServerAdmin [email protected]     ServerName mysite.com     ServerAlias www.mysite.com     DocumentRoot /srv/www/mysite.com/public_html/     ErrorLog /srv/www/mysite.com/logs/error.log     CustomLog /srv/www/mysite.com/logs/access.log combined     SSLEngine On     SSLCertificateFile /etc/apache2/ssl/mysite.com.crt     ServerAdmin [email protected]     ServerName mysite.com     ServerAlias www.mysite.com     DocumentRoot /srv/www/mysite.com/public_html/     ErrorLog /srv/www/mysite.com/logs/error.log     CustomLog /srv/www/mysite.com/logs/access.log combined

Anyway, I’m not sure what’s going on here but I’m reluctant to dig too deep into the other apache / ssl configs since I didn’t change anything there and everything was working before.

I’m stumped.

EDIT

Some more info:

/etc/apache2/ports.conf:

Listen 12.345.67.89:80    Listen 443    Listen 443NameVirtualHost 12.345.67.89:443

/etc/apache2/sites-enabled/000-default makes no mention of port 443

… nor does /etc/apache2/sites-available/default

This warning comes up because you define a NameVirtualHost for 12.345.67.89:443 but there is no . So, change to NameVirtualHost *:443, it will go away.

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