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Old 30th October 2016
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Default httpd rc.conf.local question

Why does not httpd start when booting.

Afther boot I just have to enter

/etc/rc.d/httpd start
ok

It start with out problem.
What is wrong with my /etc/rc.conf.local
unbound, dhcpd, and php starts just fine.

/etc/rc.conf.local
dhcpd_flags=
httpd_flags=""
pkg_scripts=transmission_daemon php70_fpm httpd
unbound_flags=""

I have also tried
dhcpd_flags=
httpd_flags=
pkg_scripts=transmission_daemon php70_fpm
unbound_flags=""
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For correct provisioning:
  • The pkg_scripts variable is only used for third party packages.
You should only need
Code:
httpd_flags=
in this file.

If the daemon fails to start, see /var/log/daemon, /var/log/messages, or the -s option of dmesg(8) for any error messages.
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Old 30th October 2016
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Got it to work : )

Problem was httpd.conf.

This part works:
Code:
server "default" { 
	listen on * port 80 
}
"The server can also be configured to only listen on the primary IP address of the network interface that is a member of the “egress” group." This does NOT work for me while booting, interface get "sleeping" dont get dhcp fast enoguhe. But some seconds later dhcp is in place and register as egress group interface, so it allways did work if I did it manualy.

Code:
server "default" { 
	listen on egress port 80 
}
Just for the learning experience, anybody know, how to give the interface more time to get dhcp offer?

Thanks for the clarification BTW Jigggim, I have deleted the rc.conf.local file, and will re populated with content with the rcctl cmd.
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The egress group is only defined when the routing table has a default route.

  • If you require the egress group, use static addressing rather than DHCP.
  • If you require DHCP, then use *, the intended gateway NIC, or an admin defined group.
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