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I'm working on a server that was configured by a former employee and I need to restart Apache. Unfortunately, it's not the default install and it's in a different place and apachectl doesn't exist and launchctl doesn't even seem to know that this apache is installed or running. I don't want to break anything and was wondering if there was a graceful way of restarting this custom Apache instance in order to update the configuration files to account for new SSL settings.

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Assuming you know where Apache is installed, you should be able to gracefully restart it like this:

kill -USR1 `cat <apache_dir>/logs/httpd.pid`

(Untested, but based on the Apache docs).

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