Apache is one of the most commonly used web servers in the world. It has been around since 1995 and has become an industry standard. All major web hosting companies use Apache as their default web server or come bundled with it. If you have a website hosted on cPanel, then you can easily restart your apache server with two different methods:
You can simply restart apache by using the following command:
service httpd restart
You can also do it through cPanel by going to the Services section and then click on the Restart Apache button.
Alternatively, you can also restart apache using the built-in cPanel tool.
You can also restart apache using the built-in cPanel tool.
Clicking on the Restart Apache link will take you to a page where you can select from a list of running processes that are currently running on your server. Once selected, click on the Restart button and your server will be restarted accordingly.
Alternatively, you can also restart apache using the built-in cPanel tool. This option is located in the top right corner of most of the pages in cPanel and can be accessed by clicking on it while viewing any given page in your browser or by pressing F12 depending on your system settings and browser type (Chrome/Firefox/Edge).
Click on the Restart Apache link on the top-right corner (it’s between Shortcuts and Stats).
Go to the top right corner of your cPanel and click on the Apache link. You’ll see three options, which are:
- Restart Apache
- Restart PHP-FPM (FastCGI Process Manager)
- Visit phpinfo()
Apache can be easily restarted using the above methods.
You can restart Apache using the following command:
- `service httpd restart` (requires root privileges).
- `/scripts/restartsrv_httpd` in WHM’s Unconfigure Servers interface.
You can also restart Apache using the built-in cPanel tool:
One of the best things about cPanel is that it provides an intuitive interface, which makes it easy to manage your website and its related tools. You can easily restart apache using the built-in tool or by running a simple command on your terminal.