apache_get_modules

(PHP 4 >= 4.3.2, PHP 5)

apache_get_modulesGet a list of loaded Apache modules

Description

array apache_get_modules ( void )

Get a list of loaded Apache modules.

Return Values

An array of loaded Apache modules.

Changelog

Version Description
5.0.0 Became available when using Apache 1, or the PHP Apache 2 filter API. Before this time, it was only available when using the Apache 2 handler API.

Examples

Example #1 apache_get_modules() example

<?php
print_r
(apache_get_modules());
?>

The above example will output something similar to:

Array
(
    [0] => core
    [1] => http_core
    [2] => mod_so
    [3] => sapi_apache2
    [4] => mod_mime
    [5] => mod_rewrite
)

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Anonymous
1 year ago
<?php
function apache_module_exists($module)
{
    return
in_array($module, apache_get_modules());
}
?>
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nik_gandhi007 at yahoo dot com
4 years ago
apache_get_modules() does not work if you are using PHP as CGI.
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Anonymous
1 year ago
function apache_module_exists($module_name)
{
    $modules = apache_get_modules();
    return ( in_array($module_name, $modules) ? true : false );
}

var_dump(apache_module_exists('mod_headers'));
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Vlad Alexa Mancini mancini at nextcode dot org
9 years ago
this function can be used on older php versions using something like "/etc/httpd/httpd.conf" as $fname

<?php

function get_modules ($fname){
   if (
is_readable($fname)){
     
$fcont = file($fname);
      if (
is_array($fcont)){
          foreach (
$fcont as $line){
              if (
preg_match ("/^LoadModule\s*(\S*)\s*(\S*)/i",$line,$match)){
                 
$return[$match[2]] = $match[1];
              }
          }
      }
   }
   return
$return;
}

?>
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fengdingbo at gmail dot com
1 year ago
<?php
function apache_module_exists($module_name)
{
   
$modules = apache_get_modules();
    foreach (
$modules as $module)
    {
        if (
$module == $module_name)
            return
true;
    }
   
    return
false;
}
var_dump(apache_module_exists('mod_headers'));
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