How to list Apache (httpd) virtual servers

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I am trying to list the virtual servers in my Apache httpd configuration
on Fedora 38.  My internet searches keep turning up references to using
either apachectl or apache2ctl with the -S option, but neither one seems
to work on Fedora.

# apachectl -S
apachectl: The "-S" option is not supported.

# dnf provides '*/apache2ctl'
Last metadata expiration check: 3:35:44 ago on Sun 12 May 2024 01:13:05 PM CDT.
bash-completion-1:2.11-9.fc38.noarch : Programmable completion for Bash
Repo        : fedora
Matched from:
Filename    : /usr/share/bash-completion/completions/apache2ctl

So how is one supposed to do this on Fedora?

If your user interface is intuitive in retrospect ... it isn't intuitive
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