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From Bill Stoddard <>
Subject Re: ARM4 module for Apache 2, any interest?
Date Wed, 11 Aug 2004 19:31:37 GMT
Bill Stoddard wrote:

> Paul Querna wrote:
>> So, after a quick look at the website, it looks like ARM4 is some sort
>> of SNMP on Steroids?
>> Also, the License is quite important for any possibility of donating any
>> module to the ASF....  I think that needs to be pinned down before any
>> discussion can really move forward.
> The license for the module will bs ASL 2, no question. I need to check 
> up on the license of the ARM4 API header files.
>> Finally, can you explain what the ARM4 Module does in Apache 2?  
> The ARM architecture is based on ARM 'clients' communicating with a 
> centralized ARM instrumentation data collection point. A piece of 
> software that is ARM instrumented makes calls into an ARM client to tell 
> the ARM client things like when it was started, when it is stopped, when 
> it handles an 'event' (and HTTP request in our case), etc. 
> ARM 4 instruments Apache 2. Consider the following configuration:

Dang, sorry for the typos in that last message. Stream of consciousness typing :-)

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