How to Start/Stop and Restart Apache 2 Web Server

In this article, We show you how to start/stop and restart Apache 2 web server. Under web server, you can see the different type of operating systems like CentOS, Ubuntu, Debian, RHEL and Fedora, etc. So each and every operating system has a different type of commands to start/stop and rester Apache 2. Apache can be started or restarted using the following methods on Linux or Unix.

Note: You need to run the command as root or via the sudo.

CentOS/Red Hat Linux version 4/5/6 or older particular commands

The following commands are works in CentOS and Red Hat for the versions 4/5/6 or older.

CentOS/Red Hat Latest version 7 or newer particular commands

The following commands are works in CentOS and Red Hat 7 or newer.

Start/Stop/Restart Apache on Debian/Ubuntu Linux

You can use service or /etc/init.d/ command to start/stop/restart Apache on Debian and Ubuntu.

Start Apache 2 Web Server

Or

Or

Stop Apache 2 Web Server

Or

Or

Restart Apache 2 Web Server

Or

Or

Debian and Ubuntu systemd Users

The following systemctl command for latest version Debian(8) and Ubuntu(15) or above latest version.

The normal method to start/stop/restart Apache on a Linux/Unix

The following commands you need to be run as root or sudo user.

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