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From "Aryeh Katz" <ar...@secured-services.com>
Subject Re: mod_info question
Date Fri, 19 Sep 2003 13:26:37 GMT
> Aryeh Katz wrote:
> 
> > In mod_info, SERVER_CONFIG_FILE is used in order to determine which
> > config file the apache server is running with However, this ignores
> > the -f option. Shouldn't we be printing out ap_conftree->filename?
> 
> that sounds right to me...  got a patch you have tested that I can
> play with?  (this time with old file on left and new file on right ;)

Sorry about that last patch :-(
Patch below was tested and it worked in a linux environment.

# diff -u mod_info.old.c mod_info.c
--- mod_info.old.c      Mon Sep 15 07:48:59 2003
+++ mod_info.c  Mon Sep 15 07:50:18 2003
@@ -405,7 +405,7 @@
             ap_rprintf(r, "<dt><strong>Server Root:</strong> "
                         "<tt>%s</tt></dt>\n", ap_server_root);
             ap_rprintf(r, "<dt><strong>Config File:</strong> "
-                      "<tt>%s</tt></dt>\n", SERVER_CONFIG_FILE);
+                      "<tt>%s</tt></dt>\n", ap_conftree->filename);
             ap_rputs("</dl><hr />", r);
         }
         for (modp = ap_top_module; modp; modp = modp->next) {


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Aryeh Katz
Secured-Services Inc.


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