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Log on to each Application Server and ensure it is healthy by reviewing the Standard Out of the JVM, Standard Error of the JVM and any Application specific log files. note use ps -ef to list your proccess or ps aux (widouth - ) run this command: (of course in your computer where you installed apache) telnet 127.0.0.1 80 and write Harris 1636 This seems to have solved the issue, thanks a lot for helping out! –Joost Mattheijssen Oct 18 '13 at 9:43 add a comment| Your Answer draft The problem ended up being the SSL configuration.

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One way to check if the request is hitting the Web Server or not is to check the ‘access' log of the Web Server. I just had a quick question that l was hoping one of you more seasoned vets would be able to assist me with. Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Apache VirtualHost running but page cannot be displayed up vote 0 down vote favorite I was configuring on my local machine and Solutions?

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