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From "Jason D" <>
Subject [users@httpd] Vitrual Host Bandwidth Throttle
Date Wed, 07 Jan 2004 05:55:33 GMT
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.
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
I can not seem to find anyway to do this with apache 2.0 I have looked at
apache 1.x and seen a couple of modules that look like they were designed
with this in mind e.g. mod_throttle, mod_bandwidth and mod_bwshare, found
via,  but I can not find an equal counter
part for Apache 2.0. I have looked in every crack of the internet (Yep,
serched the whole thing) and have not been able to find a way to do this.
      First off does anyone know how this can be done or know where I can
find the resourse to learn how to do this?
Would rolling back to the current 1.x version be a viable option and has
anyone limited per vhost per month with 1.x? F.Y.I. I have never used Apache
1 and also have php and sql support.
    I am willing to move to another web server as well if anyone has a
sugsestion of one that can do what I'm looking for. E.G. roxen, thttpd, not
too sure how I feel about kernel based web servers, and Zeus is a little out
of my price range ;-P. Well thanks for the help.

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