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Hi, I am in process of setting of new application, which is a mirror of the current one. The difference I see is with the httpd.conf. The httpd.conf is there ...
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    httpd.conf file importance


    Hi,

    I am in process of setting of new application, which is a mirror of the current one. The difference I see is with the httpd.conf.

    The httpd.conf is there on the new env, but not present on the current one.

    below are the location it is there on the new env:
    /usr/share/doc/mod_perl-1.26/eg/httpd.conf.pl
    /usr/share/apacheconf/httpd.conf.xsl
    /etc/sysconfig/ha/conf/httpd.conf
    /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf

    Can you advice me, if this files is important or what could be a possible impact if I remove it.

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    i think file '/etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf' is the config file of httpd service, and the other not......

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    Quote Originally Posted by prashant.talele View Post

    Can you advice me, if this files is important or what could be a possible impact if I remove it.
    Well, to be honest your apache need this httpd.conf file. Without it, your apache may fail to start.

    you can locate your actual httpd.conf apache config file by using below command:
    $httpd -V

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