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3.6. Controlling Virtual Hosts on Unix

When started without the -X flag, which is what you would do in real operation, Apache launches a number of child versions of itself so that any incoming request can be instantly dealt with. This is an excellent scheme, but we need some way of controlling this sprawl of software. The necessary directives are there to do it.

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