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a2query version (return code: 0)

Usage: /usr/sbin/a2query -q -m [MODULE] -s [SITE] -c [CONF] -a -v -M -d -h 
-q            suppress any output. Useful for invocation from scripts
-m [MODULE]   checks whether the module MODULE is enabled, lists all enabled
           modules if no argument was given
-s [SITE]     checks whether the site SITE is enabled, lists all sites if no
           argument was given
-c [CONF]     checks whether the configuration CONF is enabled, lists all
           configurations if no argument was given
-a            returns the current Apache 2 module magic version
-v            returns the current Apache 2 version
-M            returns the enabled Apache 2 MPM
-d            returns the Apache 2 module directory
-h            display this help
a2query -h (return code: 0)

Usage: /usr/sbin/a2query -q -m [MODULE] -s [SITE] -c [CONF] -a -v -M -d -h 
-q            suppress any output. Useful for invocation from scripts
-m [MODULE]   checks whether the module MODULE is enabled, lists all enabled
           modules if no argument was given
-s [SITE]     checks whether the site SITE is enabled, lists all sites if no
           argument was given
-c [CONF]     checks whether the configuration CONF is enabled, lists all
           configurations if no argument was given
-a            returns the current Apache 2 module magic version
-v            returns the current Apache 2 version
-M            returns the enabled Apache 2 MPM
-d            returns the Apache 2 module directory
-h            display this help

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