Hey all!
Last night I just upgraded all of our NW 6.5 servers to SP7, and overall I'm very happy with it. Just one tiny problem, but it was quickly resolved. This morning, it appears that we have one user who can't view their webpage, and for the life of me I can't figure out why.

For specifics, if you go to http://faculty.millikin.edu/~moconner, it will come up with a "page cannot be displayed" message. The error.log file contains the information:
[Tue Dec 18 20:43:33 2007] [warn] [client] could not find home directory for user moconner
[Tue Dec 18 20:43:33 2007] [error] [client] File does not exist: SYS:/Apache2/htdocs/~moconner

However, it seems like every other user works properly. For example, if you go to http://faculty.millikin.edu/~rbrooks, it works fine. I did a quick search in the error logs, and the only user that comes up with that error message is moconner.

And, if you browse to the webserver directly,

Everything looks fine in ConsoleOne, and when I do an LDAP query on this user versus any other, the settings look identical. Also, the users' uniqueid is set properly too. As an additional kicker, I compared the httpd.conf file with the one it replaced using windiff, and they are completely identical.

I'm at a total loss - any ideas??

Thanks everyone!


Chris Myers
CCNA, A+, Thawte WOT Notary, AMX Certified Designer & Installer
User Services Specialist, Millikin University IT Dept
M Class of 2003
(217) 362-6488
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