How to Find MySQL, PHP and Apache Configuration Files

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2 Responses

  1. LempStacker says:

    I just use command awk and sed, check configuration file of mysql, php, nginx

    Check MySQL Configuration File.

    [[email protected] ~]$ mysql --help | awk '$0~/Default options/{getline;print}'
    /etc/my.cnf ~/.my.cnf
    [[email protected] ~]$ mysqladmin --help | awk '$0~/Default options/{getline;print}'
    /etc/my.cnf ~/.my.cnf 

    Check PHP Configuration File.

    [[email protected] ~]$ php -i | awk '$0~/^Loaded Configuration File/{print $NF}'

    Check Nginx Configuration File.

    [[email protected] ~]$ nginx -V 2>&1 | sed -r -n '[email protected]*conf-path=(.*) --error.*@\[email protected]'

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