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Is is possible to map the PIDs that the "ps" command give me (when it concern httpd process for an apache server) with a specific domain? There is a few domains on the same server and I would need to know for every process if it has been launched for domain 'X' or domain 'Y'......

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    Is is possible to map the PIDs that the "ps" command give me (when it
    concern httpd process for an apache server) with a specific domain?
    There is a few domains on the same server and I would need to know for
    every process if it has been launched for domain 'X' or domain 'Y'...

    jean-francois Guest

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    Default Re: mapping an httpd PID with a domain name

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    On 2005-12-24, jean-francois <com> wrote: 

    Please don't multipost. I just gave you an answer in comp.unix.questions.


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    In comp.unix.admin jpd <not.spam.it.invalid>: [/ref]
     

    Is there any ng this wasn't mulitposted? Just answered in
    comp.os.linux.misc and probably saw it in a few other ngs?

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    Default Re: mapping an httpd PID with a domain name

    On 24 Dec 2005 15:53:39 -0800, jean-francois <com> wrote: 

    Doesn't it show which httpd.conf it's using? Set each up as a different
    ..conf file, map as many IPs to the interface as you want, and each of
    'em listen on their "own" IP.

    Dave Guest

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