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How to List Which Apache 2 Modules are Enabled on CentOS 6.x

View Loaded Apache Modules

Just one command:

apachectl -M

Or, if you want to view the list in alphabetical order:

apachectl -M | sort

Or, if you want to view the list in reverse alphabetical order:

apachectl -M | sort -r

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