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From André Malo ...@perlig.de>
Subject Re: mod_access vs mod_authz_host
Date Thu, 03 Nov 2005 17:06:07 GMT
* Geoffrey Young wrote:

> Nick Kew wrote:
> > On Thursday 03 November 2005 16:37, Brad Nicholes wrote:
> >>   But it does handle access control which kind of puts in the category
> >>of authz vs. anywhere else.
> >
> > So can mod_rewrite and others, but that doesn't make it mod_authz_url!
> > Perhaps mod_load_average should be called mod_authz_busy ?
> >
> > In terms of its role, mod_access is not an authz module, for the
> > reasons mentioned in my previous post.  Unless you can suggest
> > some much stronger reason it should be?
>
> what about mod_access_host?  that would give us mod_access_*,
> mod_authn_*, and mod_authz_* modules corresponding to the different aaa
> hooks...

What about mod_access? It's not all about hosts, you know.

(deja vu)
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