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Apache: Current Loaded Modules


Below we have listed the Apache modules that are loaded on all of our services.

Updated February 24th/2015

  • actions_module
  • alias_module
  • asis_module
  • auth_basic_module
  • auth_digest_module
  • authn_default_module
  • authn_file_module
  • authz_default_module
  • authz_groupfile_module
  • authz_host_module
  • authz_user_module
  • autoindex_module
  • bwlimited_module
  • bw_module
  • cgi_module
  • cloudflare_module
  • core_module
  • deflate_module
  • dir_module
  • env_module
  • expires_module
  • fcgid_module
  • filter_module
  • headers_module
  • http_module
  • include_module
  • info_module
  • log_config_module
  • logio_module
  • mime_module
  • mpm_prefork_module
  • mutant_module
  • negotiation_module
  • passenger_module
  • proxy_ajp_module
  • proxy_balancer_module
  • proxy_connect_module
  • proxy_ftp_module
  • proxy_http_module
  • proxy_module
  • proxy_scgi_module
  • reqtimeout_module
  • rewrite_module
  • security2_module
  • setenvif_module
  • so_module
  • ssl_module
  • status_module
  • suexec_module
  • unique_id_module
  • userdir_module
  • version_module

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  • What version of Apache *and* these modules are you running ? What is the configuration setup for each other these ?

    • Hello Stuart,

      The Apache version is 2.2.23 on all servers. For the versions of these modules, and the config settings, you would need to open a ticket with our support team, which you can do via BackStage or directly from our main site.

  • I couldn’t find anywhere whether you are using only apache on all of the shared servers?
    Do you have any other server options (like nginx etc. ?)

  • how to restart the apache service?


    • Hi Chris,

      On our managed services, you would not have access to restart Apache. Nor should you ever need to, as most changes that would require a restart of the service are done by us, and scheduled accordingly.

      On an unmanaged service, where you have root access, it would depend on how you have it set up. In most server environments – and I would like to stress that this is NOT a guarantee, and you should absolutely check this before running this command – the restart command at the command line is:

      /etc/init.d/httpd restart

      If you have CPanel/WHM installed on your unmanaged VPS, a much better way to do this is through the WHM, using the services menu on the left, toward the bottom. From there you can restart Apache as well as other services.

      Note that for both of these methods, you will need root access. So if you are on a shared or reseller plan, or a managed VPS, you will not be able to complete these.

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