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Apache uptime to web page

I would like to display the time Apache (v2.0) has been running to my statistics web page, can anyone tell me were this information is stored and how I can retrieve it, I have PHP installed as well and would ideally like to use it to solve this problem.

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MercantilumCommented:
You are talking about the uptime of Apache, not the uptime of the server...

1. If you were on Unix/Linux,

   - uptime of the server : /usr/bin/uptime (in perl: @uptime = `/usr/bin/uptime`;)

   - uptime of apache : nothing available, but you can, in perl, do a "stat" of the PID file created when Apache is started.
      This way you get the date time when Apache was started:
      $mtime = (stat("/var/run/httpd.pid"))[9];
      $nicet   = localtime($mtime); # human readable date :)

2. If you were on Windows

    - try to see if there is a similar httpd.pid or apache.pid file created when started, so that you can apply the "uptime of apache" of case 1 above.

    - if none available, another way is to check for the last line of the (default) "error_log" file of apache:

       [Wed Apr 28 16:47:58 2004] [notice] Apache/2.0.1 (myOS) PHP/4.4.4 mod_ssl/3.3.3 OpenSSL/1.1.1 configured -- resuming normal operations

       And you just have to extract the leading date, e.g., $_ being the line,
        @_ = split /[\[\]]/;
        $nicet = $_[0];  # your date time is here
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