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From Jeff Trawick <traw...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Installed Modules Query
Date Fri, 08 Nov 2013 15:09:54 GMT
On Fri, Nov 8, 2013 at 3:51 AM, Frank Roche <fcroche@talktalk.net> wrote:

> Hi - I am a newbie to Apache and want to learn how to setup Apache as a
> reverse proxy server for Oracle e-Business Suite.
>
> I am following an Oracle document which details how to do this but the
> Apache version it uses is in the example is httpd-2.0.54.tar.gz
>
> I would like to use the latest version of Apache so I can take advantage of
> latest bug fixes, enhancements and security fixes - the version I have
> installed is httpd-2.4.6.tar.gz
>
> The Oracle document says that once Apache is installed I should be able to
> do the following to confirm the modules in use :-
> $ ./httpd -l
> Compiled in modules:
> core.c
> mod_access.c
> mod_auth.c
> mod_log_config.c
> mod_headers.c
> mod_setenvif.c
> mod_proxy.c
> proxy_http.c
> mod_ssl.c
> prefork.c
> http_core.c
> mod_mime.c
> mod_dir.c
> mod_rewrite.c
> mod_so.c
>
> They suggest this is achieved with the following configure command :-
> ./configure -prefix /dmz \
> --enable-ssl \
> --enable-setenvif \
> --enable-proxy \
> --enable-proxy_http \
> --enable-headers \
> --enable-rewrite \
> --enable-so \
> --disable-charset-lite \
> --disable-include \
> --disable-env \
> --disable-status \
> --disable-autoindex \
> --disable-asis \
> --disable-cgi \
> --disable-negotiation \
> --disable-imap \
> --disable-actions \
> --disable-userdir \
> --disable-alias
>
> My Problem:
> However when I configure and make my  version and run the same httpd -l
> command, I get a far smaller subet of modules.
>

Other folks covered most of this except for one thing:

Use "httpd -M" to see the list of modules active in your current
configuration, whether they were linked statically with the server or
loaded via LoadModule.


> I have tried to use the  configure command oracle provided and also the
> --enable-load-all-modules directive in the configure command as follows
> ./configure --enable-load-all-modules
>
> Whichever way I do, the list command still gives me as follows :-
> # ./httpd -l
> Compiled in modules:
>   core.c
>   mod_so.c
>   http_core.c
>   event.c
>
> This list is significantly different ( smaller) than the list the Oracle
> document suggests.  I have looked through the documentation and help on the
> configure command and I believe I am doing the right thing.
> I get that this may well be because they are different versions but can
> someone confirm this for me please  - or am I missing something more
> fundamental?
>
> Thanks in advance
> Frank
>
>
>
>
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