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From Tony Stevenson <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Is it possible to view the current apache configuration
Date Thu, 09 Aug 2007 08:28:48 GMT
Puthick Hok wrote:
> Hi,
> I've just removed some important apache virtual host configuration on
> my local workstation during a server reconfiguration routine. I
> intended to remove *~, but removed * instead. Now everything under
> vhosts.d is gone.

What version of Apache is this?

> The configuration contains mod_perl settings which I want to recover
> some parts of it. The httpd is still running and has not been
> restarted or reloaded yet.
> So, my question: is it possible to see the current working apache
> configuration that is in memory? I am using ext3 filesystem. Restoring
> deleted files from this system seems to be more time consuming than
> reconfiguring mod_perl from scratch.

If you have a recent version of Apache, and have Server-Status enabled 
in extended mode, you might be able to get at least some of your config 

> I will remember to backup everything including my personal workstation.
> Thanks,
> Puthick
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