[SOLVED] How do I access the <ifmodule> in debian.
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Hi.I'm currently reading a tutorial about apache server Installation.I've come to a section describing the IfModule and how to use It to edit the prefork and worker MPM settings.I have no idea how to access It.The syntax <IfModule....> confuses me.
Any assistance would be appreciated!
These are configuration directives in the Apache configuration file. In Debian, this file is usually located in /etc/apache2/httpd.conf. Note that this files also includes other configurations from, among other places, /etc/apache2/conf.d.
Interesting, in all my Debian Squeze servers, /etc/apache2/httpd.conf contains the basic server configuration with the per-site configuration in /etc/apache2/sites-available. You might also want to look in /etc/apache2/modules-available; it's possible that things may have been split up a bit further. Somewhere in the /etc/apache2 directory there will be a main configuration file (usually called apache2.conf or httpd.conf) that includes the files in sites-enabled (which has symlinks back to sites-available) and modules-enabled (which likewise has symlinks back to modules-available). I don't particularly like how Debian sets up the Apache2 config by default. It's nice how things are split into small, easily-editable files, but sometimes it can make it a bit of a chore to find the configuration directives that you're looking for.