Is it possible to get mod_info output?


#1

http://mydomain/server-info doesn’t do anything, and I can’t use Location in my .htaccess file. Is there any way to get this info? I want to verify that certain modules are present.


#2

We don’t have mod_info installed. The following modules are currently (as of Feb 2011) installed and enabled on all shared, VPS, and dedicated Apache servers:

[list]
[] mod_actions
[
] mod_alias
[] mod_auth_basic
[
] mod_auth_digest
[] mod_authn_dbd
[
] mod_authn_file
[] mod_authz_groupfile
[
] mod_authz_host
[] mod_authz_user
[
] mod_autoindex
[] mod_cgi
[
] mod_deflate
[] mod_dir
[
] mod_env
[] mod_expires
[
] mod_fastcgi
[] mod_fcgid
[
] mod_headers
[] mod_include
[
] mod_limitipconn
[] mod_log_config
[
] mod_logio
[] mod_mime
[
] mod_negotiation
[] mod_rewrite
[
] mod_security2
[] mod_setenvif
[
] mod_ssl
[] mod_status
[
] mod_suexec
[*] mod_unique_id
[/list]

Some other modules, including mod_passenger and mod_xsendfile, are also loaded on demand for domains that are using them.


#3

Okay thank you. Having a canonical list helps a bunch. I assume that mod_pagespeed is one of the ones that’s on request via the option in the panel?


#4

I actually didn’t think of that, but yes — mod_pagespeed is loaded on demand as well.