httpd Listen 443 not needed in vhost.conf #250

chongma opened this Issue Mar 19, 2016 · 3 comments


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chongma commented Mar 19, 2016

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Operating System:
CentOS 7
Operating System Version number:
Sentora Version:
httpd cannot start once ssl website is configured
How to reproduce it:
port override to 443 in apache config
Suggested fix or solution if you have any:
sentora should not write Listen 443 at top of /etc/sentora/configs/apache/httpd-vhosts.conf
this directive is provided by mod_ssl in ssl.conf
Thank you on the behalf of the Sentora Team.

V 0.0.2


This may be the case for CentOS 7, needs testing on CentOS 6 and other supported operating systems.

I'll test and get back on this one.

@Caffe1neAdd1ct Caffe1neAdd1ct self-assigned this Mar 21, 2016
@Caffe1neAdd1ct Caffe1neAdd1ct added this to the 1.0.4 milestone Mar 21, 2016

#254 Pull request submitted.
Tested on Ubuntu.
Works great

MBlagui commented Apr 15, 2016

OK looks ok will check it.

Despite most of the issue happen depend on how you implement SSL. If you use override that's the main issue. SSL should not be added that way. It should be another full VHOST and then you choose using .htaccess to redirect or not.

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