PHP & Apache

Can someone tell me how I find out if PHP is running as a module of Apache?  I'm sure it's probably in the phpinfo(), but I don't know where to look?
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biffsmithAuthor Commented:
Thanks...I assume that, since it says I'm running PHP CGI that it's not running as an Apache module.
Correct.  CGI means it's an externally invoked executable.  This is bad, if it can be avoided, as it is a lot of overhead to start the program each time.  As a module it is loaded into memory once and just called for each page.

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