This module has no requirements.
This module has no known compatibility issues.
How to install or uninstall mod_asis
Module status in default profiles
The following EasyApache profiles include the
mod_asis Apache module by default:
- Mod Ruid2
- MPM ITK
The Mod Ruid2 profile is only available if you do not use CloudLinux.
If you do not select one of the EasyApache profiles, perform the following steps to install or uninstall the
mod_asis Apache module:
Navigate to WHM's EasyApache 3 interface (Home >> Software >> EasyApache 3).
To access EasyApache from the command line interface, run the
/scripts/easyapachescript as the
- Select the profile that you wish to modify.
- Click the icon that corresponds to your selection.
- Click Next Step in the Apache Version stage of the EasyApache 3 interface.
- Click Next Step in the PHP Version stage of the EasyApache 3 interface.
- Click Exhaustive Options List in the Short Options List stage of the EasyApache 3 interface.
- Perform one of the following actions in the Exhaustive Options List stage of the EasyApache 3 interface:
- To install the
mod_AsisApache module, select the Asis option.
- To uninstall the
mod_AsisApache module, deselect the Asis option.
- To install the
- Click Save and Build at the bottom of the Exhaustive Options List interface.
For more information on how to use the
send-as-is HTTP handler, view Apache's Apache Module mod_asis documentation.
How to enable or disable the module in a custom EasyApache profile file
The following table contains the module information that EasyApache stores in the profile file for the module:
|EasyApache module name|| |
|EasyApache profile entry|| |
To enable or disable the
mod_asis Apache module in a custom EasyApache profile file, set the
Apache : optmods : Asis profile entry to the appropriate value in the following table:
|Apache 2.2||Apache 2.4|
Value to enable
|Value to disable |
|2/11/2014||3.24.11||Doc update||Removed Apache 1.3 and 2.0|
|1/31/2013||3.18.0||Doc update||Added information for Apache 2.4|
For more information on EasyApache, view our EasyApache documentation.
The following text is an excerpt from the Apache.org website:
module provides the handler send-as-is which causes Apache to send the
document without adding most of the usual HTTP headers.
This can be used to send any kind of data from the server, including redirects and other special HTTP responses, without requiring a cgi-script or an nph script.
For historical reasons, this module will also process any file with the mime type httpd/send-as-is.
For more information on the
mod_asis Apache module, click the following links: