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From "William A. Rowe, Jr." <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] intercept incoming requests in Apache Web Server
Date Thu, 27 Apr 2006 19:41:22 GMT
Well, if you are using QoS you are using Windows, which means you want to
delve into mpm_winnt.c - the mpm flavor on that platform.  Much of the
networking there is raw windows api, as opposed to using apr.

If you want to be quite thorough, and are very familiar with QoS, there
has been some mumbling on the dev@apr list about implementing ToS flags
for unix.  It would be *VERY* nice if we could unify these into a single
API.  Once created, the accepted request -is- injected into an apr socket
object for further handling.


Tiago Semprebom wrote:
> Hello,
> I'm working with QoS (quality of service) and I'm using
> the Apache web server to implement my QoS policy. For
> that, basically I'll need to intercept all incoming
> requests in Apache and after that, separate this
> requests in different queues, according with their
> priority. So, some questions:
> 1) - What Apache module or function is responsible
> for receiving the incoming requests?
> 2) - Doesn't already exist some structure to
> handle this requests or something like that?
> Thank's in advanced for your help!
> Tiago Semprebom
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