jmnielsen7 - 3:33 pm on Mar 22, 2013 (gmt 0)
Thanks again. One last thing, although it is slightly off-topic. Is there a way (if I were curious as to the inner workings of how the Handlers are managed) to run Apache in some a verbose tracing mode to see every module call that is made when it is used? Even the LogLevel 'debug' does not give that much detail.
For example say I have several modules loaded into Apache that can potentially interpret PHP (even the CGI has a module that Apache uses to "outsource" the action doesn't it?) but say I don't know which handler-names are tied to which modules. The name "LoadModule php5_module" is not identical to "AddHandler php5-script", so aside from explicit documentation (which may exist - haven't looked) I merely assume that the php5-script Handler name utilizes the php5_module that I loaded and not some other candidate module which I may have also loaded.
How could I "scientifically" observe which module is called/invoked in the background when I use "AddHandler php5-script"? Is that even possible without heavily mod-ing Apache to give you an "internals" or tracer view?