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From darren chamberlain <>
Subject Re: How to get # of HTTP conenctions through C/C++ program
Date Wed, 19 Dec 2001 21:44:26 GMT
Nikhil Surve <> said something to this effect on 12/19/2001:
> It would be very nice if nyone can provide me some links or
> info about Apache HTTP server providing some exposed APIs, such
> that i can write a program in C/C++ and call this APIs and get
> the performance related information directly from Apache HTTP
> webserver ???  This performance related data couldbe like
> current count of HTTP connections establised with Apache
> webserver.
> Just to give an example, Microsoft IIS webserver provides the
> performance counters, which one can read from registry using
> APIs provided by Microsoft from a C/C++ program and get all the
> performance related data ... r some similar interfaces provided
> by Apache webserver ???
> I dont want to go through the Apaches native utilities or some
> third party performance querying tools.
> I would really be thankful if someone can provide me
> information about this, or provide some useful pointers on
> this.

You can parse the output of http://servername/server-status?auto,
yes?  Look at,
specifically the section "Machine Readable Status File".


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