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I have inherited a LAMP server with a lot of customization.

I want to enable mod_status in apache to get some monitoring of apache started. Problem is, with mod_status enabled in the httpd.conf, I am not allowed to travel to the http://"serverIP"/server-status URL because apache is redirecting me to a 'landing page'.

If I type any invalid URL for the server, it redirects to this page, all error document pages have been hashed out from the httpd.conf.

Any assistance to where this has may have been configured or if there is a way to override it so I can get to the url http://"serverIP"/server-status ?

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closed as unclear what you're asking by Jeff Schaller, slm Jul 1 at 19:52

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I think a first step should be to see what's going wrong. What's the HTTP response code you get when you wget --server-response -O/dev/null http://your.server/server-status from your machine and from the server itself? – Ulrich Schwarz Nov 17 '11 at 6:06

You can look for .htaccess file in the default /var/www/html folder.

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