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comment How can I tell which config file Apache is using?
+1 As this is the only answer that works for all cases, that is if you're configuring Apache yourself or if you're using Apache via Server.app
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comment How can I tell which config file Apache is using?
This won't work if you're using Apache via the Server.app In that case you'll need the process list in the answer from @msanford serverfault.com/a/155114/187798 which shows that the Server.app starts httpd with a different configuration file as shown here from my installation (Mavericks) /usr/sbin/httpd -D FOREGROUND -f /Library/Server/Web/Config/apache2/httpd_server_app.conf -D WEBSERVICE_ON
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revised Apache: Isn't chmod 755 enough to set up symlink or alias on Apache httpd on Mac OS 10.5?
Fix up the mask example
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comment Apache: Isn't chmod 755 enough to set up symlink or alias on Apache httpd on Mac OS 10.5?
If I run sudo -i -u _www on OS X (since the Apache user is _www by in the default apache config on OS X), then I do whoami, I still get my username, not _www
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answered Apache: Isn't chmod 755 enough to set up symlink or alias on Apache httpd on Mac OS 10.5?
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