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If you are using vhost internaly it is always better solution to make vhost configuration with different ports, so in this case you can setup nagios domain on 8083 port: first step: In httpd.conf you need to spicify listening ports: Listen 8080 Listen 80 Listen 8083 In httpd-vhosts.conf add a NameVirtualHost for every virtual host you want to add. ...


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Change your port to VirtualHost *:8080 or 81. see if that works. I had a similar issue with a conflict on my apache server at work and i changed the virtualHost to port 8080 and now everything is runnning fine.


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The problem was somehow XXXXXX app folder owner has changed. :/ Don't know when or why but before installing nagios it was correct. I'm glad i solved it.



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