optimization_settings: Apache Modules Management

The optimization_settings utility is used for managing the Apache modules in Plesk.

Usage
optimization_settings <command> [<locale_code>]

Example

To enable the auth_basic Apache module.

plesk bin optimization_settings --enable-module auth_basic
Commands
Command Parameter Description Example

--enable-module or -e

<module>[,<module>]

Enables the specified Apache module.

To enable the auth_basic Apache module:

plesk bin optimization_settings -e auth_basic

--disable-module or -d

<module>[,<module>]

Disables the specified Apache module.

To disable the auth_basic Apache module:

plesk bin optimization_settings -d auth_basic

--status or -s

 

Displays the status of all Apache modules.

To see the status of all Apache modules:

plesk bin optimization_settings -s

--set-mpm

prefork|event

Sets the Apache MPM mode.

To set the Apache MPM mode to prefork:

plesk bin optimization_settings --set-mpm prefork

--get-mpm

 

Displays the current Apache MPM mode

To see the currently selected Apache MPM mode:

plesk bin optimization_settings --get-mpm

--help or -h

 

Displays the help page.

To see the help page:

plesk bin optimization_settings -h

 

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