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Authored by: meancode on Dec 19, '01 01:25:44PM

hey,

Rob, i can vouch for this one, this happened to me almost immediatly after i took the server out of the box. THANKS A LOT for the post. i even asked out Apple SE and he really didnt have an answer for me.

we didnt change the DNS or the IP, i dont remember changing any settings at all. we ended up taking the extra 4 port eithernet PCI card out of the box, but that did not help. this 16080 thing has baffled me as to why. i stopped wondering why and have been looking for a way to fix it. thanks a lot. it is apreciated.

i had tyed messing with the httpd_macosxserver.conf file with no luck thus far, gonna go try again.



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Port 16080 is Performance Cache
Authored by: hoss on Dec 19, '01 03:29:17PM

The issue with Apache using port 16080 instead of port 80 in Mac OS X Server 10.04 and higher has nothing to with anything but the Performance Cache option which you guys must have turned on. If you turn off the Performance Cache you will not have this problem.



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Port 16080 is Performance Cache
Authored by: sfn on Dec 19, '01 10:04:12PM

I believe the default is ON. It also screws up the logfile.



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Port 16080 is Performance Cache
Authored by: martskin on Apr 24, '03 02:38:33PM

Thanks! The default is on. Turning it off fixed the 16080
problem. What exactly is Performance Cache supposed to do?



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