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Copy Apache

randhir sethi
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Joined: Jan 27, 2009
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I have a requirement to migrate our application to a better configuration server. For this, can I copy apache from the present server to the new server? So, my question is whether we can just copy the apache folder to the new server or does it have to be installed? For tomcat, I had copied from the source to the destination as it is perfectly fine to copy tomcat.

I hope, my question is clear.

Please, help in solving the doubt.

regards
 
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