To start Apache manually, just run its executable. For example, on our machine, a mod_perl-enabled Apache executable is located at /home/httpd/httpd_perl/httpd_perl. So to start it, we simply execute:
This executable accepts a number of optional arguments. To find out what they are (without starting the server), use the -h argument:
panic% /home/httpd/httpd_perl/bin/httpd_perl -h
The most interesting arguments will be covered in the following sections. Any other arguments will be introduced as needed.
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