How to check Apache Configuration

Hi,

I want to check that with which Configure option is my Apache server is build, as I have to rebuild the apache server from source I don't want to miss the previous configuration for it.

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VIkasumit
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caterham_wwwCommented:
try
httpd -V
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VIkasumitAuthor Commented:
Thanks and you get all points..:oD

but just to let you know that you are lucky as my problem is solved other way and i forget to delete this question...:D
anyways a useful tip , if you know how can I check the compile option for any package on linux please let me know

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caterham_wwwCommented:
with
httpd -l
you can get the compiled-in modules. But the whole configure string isn't saved somewhere to my knowledge.
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