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apachectl2




SYNOPSIS

       When  acting  in pass-through mode, apachectl can take all
       the arguments available for the httpd binary.

       apachectl [ httpd-argument ]

       When acting in SysV init  mode,  apachectl  takes  simple,
       one-word commands, defined below.

       apachectl command


SUMMARY

       apachectl  is a front end to the Apache HyperText Transfer
       Protocol (HTTP) server. It is designed to help the  admin­
       istrator  control the functioning of the Apache httpd dae­
       mon.

       The apachectl script can operate in two modes.  First,  it
       can  act  as  a simple front-end to the httpd command that
       simply sets any necessary environment variables  and  then
       invokes httpd, passing through any command line arguments.
       Second, apachectl can act as a SysV  init  script,  taking
       simple  one-word  arguments like start, restart, and stop,
       and translating them into appropriate signals to httpd.

       If your Apache installation uses non-standard  paths,  you
       will  need  to edit the apachectl script to set the appro­
       priate paths to the httpd binary. You can also specify any
       necessary  httpd  command line arguments. See the comments
       in the script for details.

       The apachectl script returns a 0 exit  value  on  success,
       and >0 if an error occurs. For more details, view the com­
       ments in the script.


OPTIONS

       Only the SysV init-style options are defined  here.  Other
       arguments are defined on the httpd manual page.

                     -k restart.

              fullstatus
                     Displays a full status report from  mod_sta­
                     tus.  For  this  to  work,  you need to have
                     mod_status enabled  on  your  server  and  a
                     text-based browser such as lynx available on
                     your system. The URL used to access the sta­
                     tus  report  can  be set by editing the STA­
                     TUSURL variable in the script.

              status Displays a brief status report.  Similar  to
                     the  fullstatus option, except that the list
                     of requests currently being served is  omit­
                     ted.

              graceful
                     Gracefully restarts the Apache httpd daemon.
                     If the daemon is not running, it is started.
                     This  differs  from a normal restart in that
                     currently open connections are not  aborted.
                     A side effect is that old log files will not
                     be closed immediately. This  means  that  if
                     used in a log rotation script, a substantial
                     delay may be necessary to  ensure  that  the
                     old  log  files are closed before processing
                     them. This command automatically checks  the
                     configuration  files as in configtest before
                     initiating the restart to make  sure  Apache
                     doesn't die. This is equivalent to apachectl
                     -k graceful.

              configtest
                     Run a configuration  file  syntax  test.  It
                     parses  the  configuration  files and either
                     reports Syntax Ok  or  detailed  information
                     about  the  particular syntax error. This is
                     equivalent to apachectl -t.

       The following additional option is available,  but  depre­
       cated.

              startssl
                     This  is  equivalent  to  apachectl -k start
                     -DSSL. We recommend that you use  that  com­
                     mand   explicitly,   or   you   adjust  your
                     httpd.conf to remove the <IfDefine>  section
                     so that SSL will always be available.

  
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