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    Apache2 and throttleing

    Just got Apache v2.0.36 compiled on my RH 7.2 box, and i've got a question: is there anything that I can use to throttle both the outgoing bandwith and the number of simultionious connections? (looking at like 20k/sec out and 4 connections) I found a couple, but they were both for apache 1.3. Mod_throttle (v3) looked almost perfect, but it won't work with apache2 as far as i've tried.

    Suggestions or help anyone?

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    Re:Apache2 and throttleing

    The option is not in httpd.conf ??

    egads

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    Re:Apache2 and throttleing

    [quote author=coltrane link=board=4;threadid=3810;start=0#38384 date=1024294923]
    The option is not in httpd.conf ??

    egads
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    WHERE? geez, don't just make a smart ass remark, point out where, gads.

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    Re:Apache2 and throttleing

    Actually I was quite serious. I was getting ready to upgrade my webserver, until I read that.

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    Re:Apache2 and throttleing

    I don't know about throttleing but you can limit your connection in Apache. It's well documented. Just start only 4 child process and you are limit to that number only.

    MaxClients 4

    would do it for you.

    One advise for you though ... Don't rude to someone who is at least trying to help you or make comments for your questions. Most of the time, people won't just cook the fish for you and put in the place ready to consume. People will just point at you which lake you can go and fish.

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