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From "Dirk-Willem van Gulik \(vaio\)" <>
Subject Re: mod_status.c
Date Wed, 03 Feb 1999 09:05:31 GMT
Mark J Cox wrote:
> >

I know this is bloatware... but I have to admid, I really like it.

Should be the default :-)


> Maybe we need an API so people can write their favourite mod_status page
> style templates :-)  Sounds like a job for PHP.
> Stronghold has had a nice status page for a while and I've mentioned a few
> times here that we should incorporate it (but only Jim was enthusiastic at
> the time).  Some combination of the two might be good; I don't like having
> to scroll down after a reload (or using automatic reloads) to see the
> table of connections for example.
> If you've not seen it before see
> Mark
> Date: Fri, 30 Oct 1998 13:38:15 +0000 (GMT)
> From: Mark J Cox <>
> To:
> Subject: Re: mod_status and not displaying the password in request
> > I'd really like to avoid Yet Another runtime directive that controls
> > this, but I think this capability should be the default. After all,
> > there is "lots" of sensitive data presented in the server-status
> > display, and no one should really be allowing the world to see what's
> > going on.
> A long time ago I wrote an extension to mod_status so that you could
> choose which columns you wanted to be displayed with a directive (in a
> similar way to the custom logging directives).  I can't find it right now
> but it wasn't difficult to implement and with the possibility of having
> many more potential columns might be worth redoing.
> On a similar note I changed the output of the status module for Stronghold
> so that it looked nicer by using a table with some background colours and
> font size changes.  I've attached an example of it (with lots of lines
> removed to protect privacy :)).  I don't want to start a style-war but I'd
> like to see it in the main Apache.
> Mark

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