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I need to reconfigure, Apache, but I don't know how it was installed before. And If I reconfigure apache and miss a configure step, I could screw up the web server! Is there a way to findout how apache was previously configured so I can include those configure commands when I rebuild apache? I am adding PHP to the server. It is a RH9 Machine.
In Apache 2 a file config.nice is generated saving your original configuration options that can be run again, as far as 1.3 all I can see is a reference to Configuration.apaci which might possibly be what you're looking for.
The configure command line should be in config.log, at the top of the file. (Just checked my 2.0 build, not positive what 1.3 uses) It doesn't show env variables, but hopefully you don't need to set any of those. If you can't see it there, try greping config.*