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Old 02-14-2010, 04:47 AM   #1
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Knowing the apache modules?


I followed a link and have put it under my own words at http://linuxhunt.blogspot.com/2010/0...e-through.html Now I am done with compiling apache from source.
But all I need few information:

1. How can I know what modules gets installed?

Generally, if default apache is installed , I check it through
httpd -M and it works !!
But what about the compiled one?
The apache2 directory gets installed under /usr/local directory as mentioned in the link

2. As of now, I have included a single module --enable-so.
What about if I want to include extra modules like SSL, perl etc.
Does it need ./configure sort of compilation again and again.
What are the relevant steps?

3.I am in verse to setup Tomcat to connect to Apache through mod_jk.
What minimum modules do I need?

Pls Suggest.
 
Old 02-14-2010, 02:29 PM   #2
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Hi,

Regarding your questions:

1. httpd -M should show you all the modules (built-in and DSO). Note that for DSOs, it shows only those that are enabled in httpd.conf

2. Using --enable-so, lets you build other modules using apxs Read this for more info.

3. The default modules and of course mod_jk, are just fine to connect apache with tomcat.

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