Use apachectl and httpd like a power user

Friday, 22 August 2008, 1:32 PM EST

After you have installed Apache2, if you want to use apachectl and httpd to itís maximum potential, you should go beyond using start, stop and restart. The 9 practical examples provided in this article will help you to use apachectl and httpd very effectively.

Apachectl acts as SysV init script, taking arguments like start, stop, restart and status. It also acts as front-end to httpd command, by simply passing the command line arguments to httpd. So, all the commands you execute using apachectl, can also be executed directly by calling httpd.

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