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  • How to Re-Build the Apache Web?

    Hello BodTeam,

    As I want to get the latest versions and the support for the additional modules, I have been adviced that I will need to Re-build my Apache Web.. Can you explain me the procedure to re-build my Apache for my cPanel Server?
    Thanks VAN

  • #2
    Hello Van,

    To re-build the Apache is seamless and quite a easy for cPanel Server..

    To Re-build the Apche web for cPanel server is quite a easy process.. You can simply follow below given procedure to re-build apache for the cPanel Server

    Use the following commands:
    # cd / scripts
    # ./updatenow
    # ./easyapache

    Then you will just need to follow the instructions given or shown on the screen to re-build the Apache for your cPanel Server under the Linux/ FreeBSD. Kindly you will need to note that you should see a menu on the screen asking you, which are the options you would like to re-build inot your Apache install. You will need to select the options as per your requirements. Once it has been completed it will automatically give a restart Apache for you and you will then be able to use the new features..

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    • #3
      Here are the Re-Build the Apache Web step:

      Log in as the root using ssh to your server

      Type the following commands:
      # cd /scripts
      # ./updatenow
      # ./easyapache


      Just follow on-screen instructions to rebuild Apache for the CPanel server under Linux/FreeBSD OSes. Please note that you should see a menu on the screen asking you which option you would like built into your apache install. Select options as per your requirements. Once it has been completed it will automatically restart Apache for you and you will then be able to use the new features.

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      • #4
        Here are the steps - You can rebuild the apache web

        Run this command and cPanel will rebuild the Apache httpd.conf file: /scripts/rebuildhttpdconf

        This rebuilds the httpd.conf file from the cPanel templates at /var/cpanel/templates/.

        Restart Apache
        Your web server will not be affected until you restart Apache, which you can do safely either inside WHM (Web Host Manager):

        Restart Services -> HTTP Server (Apache) -> Restart

        Or via SSH command: /scripts/restartsrv_apache

        Hope the above steps will help you.

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