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From "Jason D" <ja...@codepanzyz.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Re:Vitrual Host Bandwidth Throttle
Date Thu, 08 Jan 2004 03:43:00 GMT
Thanks for a giving me something to think about, Had a question about the
part
""you could cron to move the content of the real server to another directory
and create an empty of "default" page""
Could you explain this a little more? It sounds like your saying to move all
of the content/files from the virual host directory? I'm running 5 sites
right now and looking to add as many as I can as part of a web hosting
venture. So I would need something that would be low resourse, standard, and
reliable when dealing with a high amount of content. From the way started
that reply " If you find those tools please let me know" I'm guessing me not
being able to find an answer anywhere is because there is no good answer.
Has anyone ever used the Roxen web server?
http://www.roxen.com/products/webserver/ . In their demo pages it looks like
it has this vhost throttle ablity, but I don't have a spare box to test it
on. Any one used it before? not to get off point of the fact I would like to
get this to work with Apache 2.x
                     Thanks,
                            Jason




----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Robert Mena" <rt_mena@yahoo.com>
To: <users@httpd.apache.org>
Sent: Wednesday, January 07, 2004 10:22 AM
Subject: [users@httpd] Re:Vitrual Host Bandwidth Throttle


> Hi Jason,
>
> If you find those tools please let me know.
>
> So far besides hacking apache the way that seems more
> feaseable would be to setup apache to log in a
> database (mysql for ex) and use tools such as
> webalizer to calculate the usage on a given interval.
>
> As long as your site is not high volume (so it would
> surpass the limit within the webalizer runs) you could
> cron to move the content of the real server to another
> directory and create an empty of "default" page (this
> site has exceeded the transfer limit blah ....)
>
> ---------------
>
> Server version: Apache/2.0.48
>
> Hello everyone,
>         I am hoping that someone will be able to help
> with this seening
> as I
> have been looking for a sometime now for an answer. I
> would like to
> limit
> bandwidth on a per virtual host per month basis.
> e.g.
> vhost #1 allowed 1GB data transfer a month
> vhost #2 allowed 5GB data transfer a month
> vhost #3 allowed 2.6GB data transfer a month
>
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