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From dean gaudet <>
Subject Re: Server status proposal
Date Tue, 01 Aug 2000 18:22:28 GMT
any module can already report any status it wants, it just needs to
register itself as a handler somewhere in the urlspace... and by way of
making a convention it might as well handle /server-status/mod/module_name


On Sun, 30 Jul 2000, Mike Abbott wrote:

> I propose to extend Apache/2.0's server status report to allow any
> entity within the server to report status.  I would do this by adding a
> new hook (alongside pre_config, post_read_request, and the rest) for
> status reporting.  Registered functions would emit free-form HTML
> directly.  Mod_status would degenerate to simply sending headers and
> wrapper HTML and calling ap_run_status().  The file
> src/include/mpm_status.h and all the interfaces it describes would
> disappear.
> This would allow any module to report any kind of status it wants, from
> MPMs reporting thread and connection status to caches reporting hit
> ratios and third-party modules reporting back-end database performance.
> Comments?
> -- 
> Michael J. Abbott

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