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    Apache webserver: Weird error log

    I got this errors on my apache:

    [Sun Jul 18 23:13:38 2004] [notice] Parent: Created child process 812
    [Sun Jul 18 23:13:38 2004] [notice] Child 812: Child process is running
    [Sun Jul 18 23:13:38 2004] [notice] Child 812: Acquired the start mutex.
    [Sun Jul 18 23:13:38 2004] [notice] Child 812: Starting 250 worker threads.
    [Sun Jul 18 23:13:47 2004] [error] [client 127.0.0.1] script not found or unable to stat: C:/website/cgi-binaccess.pl

    why is it that the script can't be found? I checked the directory of the script and it was there. I'm confused.

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    It should probably be C:/website/cgi-bin/access.pl . Notice the extra / after cgi-bin? Change any references to that path in all the config files.

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    It should probably be C:/website/cgi-bin/access.pl . Notice the extra / after cgi-bin? Change any references to that path in all the config files.
    it's the error log that's generating it.

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    The error log is generating it because something is telling Apache to run access.pl. Find what is doing it, change the path and solve your problem.

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    cgkanchi
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