Find Apache Root document

grep -i 'DocumentRoot' /usr/local/apache/conf/httpd.conf
Where is my Apache public_html ?!

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By: locvfx
2019-06-09 15:48:13

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  • WRT the original solution: 1. I might be wrong, but it seems DocumentRoot (per Apache docs) should be spelled exactly as is, as it is case-sensitive. So using -i will return strings such as documentroot, DOCUMENTROOT,.... (which could been added as part of a comment) 2. It returns false results for such cases as DocumentRoot is embedded in a comment 3. It returns false results for such cases as OldDocumentRoot, DocumentRoot.sav, ... in a comment. Other notes: - FYI: There might be more than one valid DocumentRoot entry in the conf file (in case of using virtual host(s))


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    grep -e '^[[:blank:]]*DocumentRoot[[:blank:]]\S'
    doododoltala · 2019-07-10 23:12:08 0

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