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From "Matt Garretson" <>
Subject Re: Your production apache server
Date Tue, 09 Apr 2002 18:21:00 GMT
> One tip to keep in mind - record the "./configure ..." line you use for
> this build somewhere. Then, if you need to recompile you don't have to

I second this recommendation.  One thing i do is have a shell
script called "doit" in every source directory in which i have the 
configure command, so i can tweak or repeat it easily.  E.g. the 
one currently in my httpd-2.0.35 tree looks something like below 
(BTW i'm still tweaking it, so not all the options below actually
work as i'd like):

CFLAGS='-O3 -march=i686'  LDFLAGS='-static'  \
./configure  \
               --prefix=/opt/apache2 \
               --disable-so \
               --enable-static \
               --disable-shared \
               --enable-static-support \
               --enable-info \
               --disable-userdir \
               --disable-asis \
               --disable-autoindex \
               --disable-imap \
               --disable-env \
               --disable-include \
               --enable-auth \
               --enable-auth-dbm \
               --enable-auth-digest \
               --enable-ssl \
                                       2>&1 |tee configure.log

# make 2>&1 |tee make.log

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