Apache 2 and Bandwidth Limitation
james at geanoverseas.com
Wed Jun 16 08:42:04 UTC 2004
Check out: http://dominia.org/djao/limitipconn2.html
It has been ported to Apache2, and if you compile your own apache, even
tracks proxy servers. I believe it might eve be possible to write a
grab any new apache src rpms
run rpm2cpio over the src rpm(s)
apply appropriate patches to the spec file
add appropriate config options
build and install the rpm & DSO
Even w/o compiling your own apache, however, the module should allow you
to throttle bandwidth using a DSO installable from a .rpm.
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Date: Tue, 15 Jun 2004 17:22:20 -0700
From: Erik Espinoza <erik.espinoza at gmail.com>
Subject: Re: Apache 2 and Bandwidth Limitation
To: For users of Fedora Core releases <fedora-list at redhat.com>
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I don't know of any such module for apache2. Any reason you can't just
On Tue, 15 Jun 2004 13:28:27 -0700, david <david at daku.org> wrote:
> Both FC1 and FC2 feature Apache 2, while earlier RH releases featured
> Apache 1.
> Apache 1 had a bandwidth limiting module whereby I could constrain the
> bandwidth used based upon a bunch of constraints. Apache 2 does not
> support that module, and the module writer hasn't supplied it.
> If you know of a solution, or can redirect me to a list or faq or
> to find a comparable facility on Apache 2, please let me know
> And yes, I googled it, and failed to find an answer.
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