Clarifications about Administering Apache server (on win 2003).

Posted on 2009-12-30
Last Modified: 2013-12-01
Basically I am Oracle DBA/ application server DBA, shifted to other organization where there are instance running Apache. I dont have the basic Idea in administering this setup, which is supporting some PHP application.

Please advice,  
-      Resources to learn the basic administration for the apache
-      is there any vendors supporting for Apache
-      How to check present version of the Apache?
Question by:mansur_mca
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    For apache this is the best site for the beginer.
    To get the version of the apache server follow the below steps.

    Go to <Apache Home>/bin directory
    Execute the command "apachectl -v".

    Hope that explains.

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    can you please advice for my 2nd query?

    is there any vendors support for the apache?
    If there any issues found then, to whom we should report the same?
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    MM probably u can contact the same apache site, as it is free soruce ... best support u can get is from apache only. I read some stuff over here, not sure how exactly it works .... BTW  what is u r issue in the apache on Windows?
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    the solution is provided is partial

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