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From Simon Dassow <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Traffic Control over VirtualHosts
Date Tue, 19 Nov 2002 13:42:51 GMT
I dont believe you've running linux 7... current stable is 2.4.19...
anyways... you want something like iptables with these two rules:
iptables -A INPUT -j ACCEPT
iptables -A OUPUT -j ACCEPT

If you're now doing 'iptables -vnL' you can see the generated traffic...
really ugly, i know.
Maybe you want mrtg instead... there're a lot of tool to accomplish


On Tue, 2002-11-19 at 13:50, Felipe Moreno - MAILING LISTS wrote:
> Hi list members,
>    I have an Apache webserver 2.0 installed on a Linux 7.0 OS running
> together with Tomcat 4.0. I use several virtual hosts and I want to know if
> is there an way to measure all the traffic that each virtual host consume.
> The problem is that I only know all the income and outcoming traffic from my
> machine but I really need to measure the traffic from each virtual host.
> Usually each VH uses FTP connection, HTTPD connection, POP/SMTP connections
> and MYSQL connections. Anyone know an way to archive this?
> Thanks for any answer!
> Regards,
> Felipe Moreno
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