Bath time is a rather soapy affair for little Jessica and mommy Chantelle – while Daddy stays firmly stuck in the wings, trying to get as much info into his thick skull so that he can handle the job next time around!
Sometimes you make subtle changes to the configuration files of Apache, affecting certain aspects of the server’s performance but not others. To get these changes to the configuration files live, the standard route is to save your changes and restart the Apache service.
Interestingly enough though, this is in actual fact not necessary.
Well thanks to the reload command available to us, reloading the Apache configuration without stopping the service itself is as simple as calling: