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httpd(8)							      httpd(8)

NAME
       httpd - Apache hypertext transfer protocol server

SYNOPSIS
       httpd  [	 -X  ]	[ -R libexecdir ] [ -d serverroot ] [ -f config ] [ -C
       directive ] [ -c directive ] [ -D parameter ]

       httpd [ -h ] [ -l ] [ -L ] [ -v ] [ -V ] [ -S ] [ -t ] [ -T ]

DESCRIPTION
       httpd is the Apache HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTP) server  program.
       It is designed to be run as a standalone daemon process. When used like
       this it will create a pool of child processes to	 handle	 requests.  To
       stop it, send a TERM signal to the initial (parent) process. The PID of
       this process is written to a file as given in the  configuration	 file.
       Alternatively httpd may be invoked by the Internet daemon inetd(8) each
       time a connection to the HTTP service is made.

       This manual page only lists the command line arguments. For details  of
       the  directives	necessary  to  configure  httpd see the Apache manual,
       which  is  part	of  the	 Apache	 distribution  or  can	be  found   at
       http://httpd.apache.org/.  Paths	 in  this manual may not reflect those
       compiled into httpd.

OPTIONS
       -R libexecdir
		   This option is only available if Apache was built with  the
		   SHARED_CORE	rule enabled which forces the Apache core code
		   to be placed into a dynamic shared object (DSO) file.  This
		   file	 is  searched in a hardcoded path under ServerRoot per
		   default. Use this option if you want to override it.

       -d serverroot
		   Set the initial  value  for	the  ServerRoot	 directive  to
		   serverroot.	This  can be overridden by the ServerRoot com‐
		   mand	 in   the   configuration   file.   The	  default   is
		   /usr/local/apache.

       -f config   Execute the commands in the file config on startup. If con‐
		   fig does not begin with a /, then it is taken to be a  path
		   relative to the ServerRoot. The default is conf/httpd.conf.

       -C directive
		   Process  the	 configuration directive before reading config
		   files.

       -c directive
		   Process the configuration directive	after  reading	config
		   files.

       -D parameter
		   Sets	 a  configuration  parameter  which  can  be used with
		   <IfDefine>...</IfDefine>  sections  in  the	 configuration
		   files to conditionally skip or process commands.

       -h	   Output a short summary of available command line options.

       -l	   Output a list of modules compiled into the server.

       -L	   Output  a  list  of directives together with expected argu‐
		   ments and places where the directive is valid.

       -S	   Show the settings as parsed from the config file (currently
		   only shows the virtualhost settings).

       -t	   Run	syntax tests for configuration files only. The program
		   immediately exits after these syntax parsing with either  a
		   return  code of 0 (Syntax OK) or return code not equal to 0
		   (Syntax Error).

       -T	   Same as option -t but does not check the  configured	 docu‐
		   ment roots.

       -X	   Run in single-process mode, for internal debugging purposes
		   only; the daemon does not detach from the terminal or  fork
		   any	children. Do NOT use this mode to provide ordinary web
		   service.

       -v	   Print the version of httpd , and then exit.

       -V	   Print the version and build parameters of httpd , and  then
		   exit.

FILES
       /usr/local/apache/conf/httpd.conf
       /usr/local/apache/conf/srm.conf
       /usr/local/apache/conf/access.conf
       /usr/local/apache/conf/mime.types
       /usr/local/apache/conf/magic
       /usr/local/apache/logs/error_log
       /usr/local/apache/logs/access_log
       /usr/local/apache/logs/httpd.pid

SEE ALSO
       inetd(8).

				 February 1997			      httpd(8)
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