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I need a list of the dynamically loaded modules which my apache server is using.

Everywhere I read, the command httpd -M seems to be the command for this.

It doesn't work for me though, although httpd -l does.

Any ideas folks?

Thanks

My question is how do i get a list of dynamically loaded module if httpd -M doesn't work.

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And... what is your question? – Angry Lettuce Aug 10 '11 at 12:54

If httpd -l works but httpd -M does not, that probably means your Apache was not compiled with support for modules.

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