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Web problems from web-host changing apache configs

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I am getting tired of my web host changing server-wide apache config settings without warning. Then I am pulling my hair out trying to figure out why my website is not quite working as it should.

Is there a way I can use .htaccess or other method to see what the config settings are? Then I could more easily deal with what has been changed.

I realize that what I put in .htaccess will overwrite what they have put in the config, but not knowing what they are doing makes it harder for me to address the changing problems.

posted Oct 13, 2013 by Jai Prakash

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If mod_info is loaded, and you have the override for SetHandler, you can use it in htaccess.

answer Oct 14, 2013 by Kumar Mitrasen
I tried the domain.com/server-info and got a 403 forbidden so I guess that means mod_info is not loaded.
That is not conclusive, since you would get a 403 even if mod_info was not loaded.
You'd need to configure it and give yourself access in htaccess. If it doesn't work, it's not loaded.
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