Note:
Please direct all future questions to Stackoverflow.com.
MAMP PRO customers can direct their questions to support.appsolute.de.
Hinweis:
Bitte posten Sie ab jetzt Ihre Fragen bei Stackoverflow.com.
Unseren Support für MAMP PRO erreichen Sie unter support.appsolute.de.

MAMP 2.0.1 - os x Lion

Report any found bug here. We are grateful for any useful clues.

Moderator: severin

MAMP 2.0.1 - os x Lion

Postby bobbyt » Sat 23. Jul 2011, 00:07

Hey,

For some reason both Apache Server and MySQL server won't start. I am new to this program and I get the error message

[Fri Jul 22 18:02:07 2011] [alert] (EAI 8)nodename nor servname provided, or not known: mod_unique_id: unable to find IPv4 address of "Roberts-iMac"
Configuration Failed

Can anyone please help? -- Thankyou
bobbyt
 
Posts: 1
Joined: Sat 23. Jul 2011, 00:04

Re: MAMP 2.0.1 - os x Lion

Postby WylieCreative » Tue 26. Jul 2011, 15:25

I've got the same issue.
(I'm a designer, not a developer. Clear instructions on setup would be appreciated.)
WylieCreative
 
Posts: 1
Joined: Tue 26. Jul 2011, 15:15

Re: MAMP 2.0.1 - os x Lion

Postby DavidRMoulton » Wed 27. Jul 2011, 12:35

Same problem, not sure how to resolve this either.
DavidRMoulton
 
Posts: 1
Joined: Wed 27. Jul 2011, 12:32

Re: MAMP 2.0.1 - os x Lion

Postby dottomm » Thu 28. Jul 2011, 17:50

Is this still unresolved. I'm experiencing the same problems.

unable to find IPv4 address of
dottomm
 
Posts: 1
Joined: Thu 28. Jul 2011, 16:56

Re: MAMP 2.0.1 - os x Lion

Postby zalmoxis » Sat 30. Jul 2011, 23:05

You can solve the problem by creating an alias for the entry in /etc/hosts

127.0.0.1 Roberts-iMac
zalmoxis
 
Posts: 1
Joined: Sat 30. Jul 2011, 22:54

Re: MAMP 2.0.1 - os x Lion

Postby killtheliterate » Sat 6. Aug 2011, 06:05

Having the same issue here ---> http://forum.mamp.info/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=10135 <---

Console kicks back this exact same error. Nothing at all has changed since last I used MAMP Pro in a working state, to when MAMP Pro decided to get in a fight with me (MAMP is winning). This inexplicable faceplant is infuriating.

It's worth mentioning that this happens regardless of what port MAMP is running on.

EDIT------------------

After googling about, and watching Console, I was able to find a solution. This seems to work on MAMP Pro 2, though for some reason, the httpd.conf in the Application directory is different from the one that is editable from within MAMP via the "Edit template" menu.

Open up httpd.conf in MAMP, and comment out line #105
Code: Select all
MAMP_unique_id_module_MAMPLoadModule unique_id_module modules/mod_unique_id.so

Apache has begun to start again, though I do not know why, and I do not know what disabling this module does. I'm a designer. Either way, I feel that MAMP Pro 2 is not behaving properly, and this shouldn't be required to start Apache. Hopefully there's some response to this problem from someone who understands server admin, as I'm just throwing haymakers in the dark.

Something of note
    While troubleshooting this, I noticed my hosts file was completely wiped out. Don't know by what.
killtheliterate
 
Posts: 3
Joined: Sun 24. Jul 2011, 21:41

Re: MAMP 2.0.1 - os x Lion

Postby tyssen » Sun 7. Aug 2011, 23:31

I'm getting the exact same problem as killtheliterate. I upgraded to MAMP Pro on Saturday and it was all working fine and then today getting the error that terminal showed in the other thread killtheliterate linked to and deselecting unique_id_module from the Apache settings brought it back again.
tyssen
 
Posts: 1
Joined: Sun 7. Aug 2011, 23:27


Return to Bugs

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 1 guest