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module identification

Is there a command in Apache that lists the modules loaded with their
version numbers?

-M shows everything but without the version numbers.

-l does the same for modules that are compiled in.

I just updated to openssl 1.0.1g and I need to confirm that that is really
the version that is running.

Thanks for any help.

John

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Re: module identification

By Katherine.Manfre at 04/11/2014 - 15:45

Restart apache and take a look at your error log. There will be a line
with the Apache version which will include what version of openSSL it's
using.

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Is there a command in Apache that lists the modules loaded with their
version numbers?

-M shows everything but without the version numbers.

-l does the same for modules that are compiled in.

I just updated to openssl 1.0.1g and I need to confirm that that is really

the version that is running.

Thanks for any help.

John

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Re: module identification

By Stormy at 04/11/2014 - 15:33

At 12:41 PM 4/11/2014 -0400, you wrote:
Debian/ubuntu: openssl version

If that fails, cross check with the installation: dpkg-query -l 'openssl'

Best -- Paul