# httpd trouble shooting

### httpd.conf line 292 error

• Condition description

1. Background: The httpd service run on CentOS 6.4 (Linux-kernel: 2.6.32-359.14.1.el6.i686), httpd (Apache/2.2.15, httpd -v) and mysqld (version 5.5.33-cll-lve).
2. Description: After moving the entire folder located on /var/www/html to the other place, moved another folder, named the same html, into /var/www/ and became /var/www/html. It seemed not different from the previous one. But the service httpd could not recognize the folder moved after and it output the message as following
Starting httpd: Syntax error on line 292 of /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf:
Document Root must be a directory

3. After opening the file /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf, the line 292 stores the path /var/www/html as the usual and this revealed that service httpd seemed the new folder html is not the one as before, so the service could not be processed as before.
• The solution

1. After several searching the problem on the google search, this problem is caused by Security Enhanced Linux (selinux) , it took different views to the folder html due to moving it.
2. It could simply make selinux kernel to recognize and re-view the folder /var/www/html by the following command;
# restorecon -r /var/www/html


### Cache Setting (CentOS)

• No Caching in specific file, the rule is set on the configuration file
$sudo vim /etc/httpd/conf/no-cache.conf  • the rule in the no-cache.conf <filesMatch "\.(jpg|png|gif|ppt|pptx|doc|docx|zip|rar|xls|xlsx)$">
FileETag None