I’ve attempted this task thrice but still the same issue.
The respective process is not killing and the syntax is also in “OK” state for https.
Please have a look at the attached screenshot for your reference.
Try to check the status by -
systemctl status httpd - you can get the error msg and the possible hints of the problem
journalctl -u httpd or
journalctl -xe httpd - It will give the logs and you ll find some useful information where the problem is.
@royki I’ve done that! There was something like (98)Address already in use: AH00072: make_sock: could not bind to address 0.0.0.0:5300
So is it ok now ?
It’s better to check
/etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf wrt the logs.
Careful what process you’re killing, you’re killing pid 0 which is the swapper process not the intended one. The pid is shown as pid/name at the end of the netstat. So it wasn’t killed.
If you would like to see pid of process then try this “ss -nltp” .