How to Start, Stop, or Restart Apache

Posted by linuxize on Nov 8, 2019 9:15 PM EDT; By linuxize
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Starting, stopping, and restarting/reloading are the most common tasks when working with an Apache webserver.

Most of the recent Linux distributions are using SystemD as the default init system and service manager. Older distributions are based on SysVinit and using init scripts to manage services. Another difference is the name of the service. In Ubuntu and Debian, the Apache service is named apache2, while in Red Hat based system such as CentOS, the name of the service is httpd.

In this guide, we’ll explain how to start, stop, and restart Apache on the most popular Linux distributions.

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