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January 24, 2008, 12:48 pm
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separate functions on hosts dedicated to different groups. It doesn't
seem too easy after a couple of passes at the problem to get all of
the version information from all of the pieces. Apache and mysql are
simple with command line options but the rest are a bit more
difficult. Anyone crossed this path before?
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January 24, 2008, 1:25 pm
Re: how to get all the version numbers - apache, mysql, php, modules etc.
Either use packaged solutions (rpm,pkg,apt.....) in which case the
package manager should be able to tell you, or install from suorce and
maintain proper records (better still generate your own packages from
If you're not already doing that then you've got an IT management
nightmare - the way to solve the problem is not by being devious in
interrogating what you've got but to apply one of the procedures