conf-available directory

The /etc/apache2/conf-available directory contains additional configuration files that not associated with a particular module. This directory holds specialized and local configuration files, and links to configuration files set up by other applications.

The configuration files in the conf-available directory are not active unless enabled. The enabled configuration files are listed in the /etc/apache2/conf-enabled directory as links to the corresponding modules in the conf-available directory. To enable a configuration file, the a2enconf command is used, while the a2disconf command is used to disable one.

Here is the content of this directory in Ubuntu:

conf available directory

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