Item one: Do you really have a share defined as root? As in "in a sub
folder under the root (root/www/wiki/index.php)", and that's how you
copied the file up? Or you were just using root as a generic term?
Creating a share on root is considered "worst practices".

Item two: If you go into http://youribmi:2001 and select "Internet
Configurations" and then "IBM Web Administration for i" and then the HTTP
Servers tab, do you see something like this
DEFAULT Apache/2.4.20 (IBM i) Running 10.10.6.129:80
only for your IP address, and for port 84?

Item two A: If you run NETSTAT OPTION(*CNN), and use F15=Subset, and
selecting
Local port range:
Lower value . . . . . . . . 84
Upper value . . . . . . . . *ONLY
Do you see some activity?

Item three: WRKSBS. Do you see QHTTPSVR active?

Item four: When you did WRKSBS try 8=Work with subsystem jobs. Do you
see jobs there with the same Server name as shown on the "IBM Web
Administration for i" site?

Let's stop there for the basics.

Rob Berendt

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