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From ap <bi...@antworte.me>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] statistic for mod_jk/mod_proxy requests by source-ip
Date Sun, 25 Apr 2010 08:54:20 GMT


Hi Sander, 

thanks for your answer, but could you give me some more detail?
Is there an httpd2 command option to show these information?

Thanks for your help in advance.

T.

On Sat, 24 Apr 2010 15:53:26 -0700, Sander Temme <sctemme@apache.org>
wrote:
> On Apr 24, 2010, at 1:47 PM, ap wrote:
> 
>> 
>> Hi all,
>>
http://mail2.tiri.de/?_task=mail&_id=16128969284bd402ee24c06&_action=compose#
>> is it possible to build a relation between mod_status and
>> mod_proxy/mod_jk
>> ?
> 
> Probably.  Mod_ssl registers something on mod_status: you might look at
> how it does that. 
> 
> S.
> 
>> I.e. I need an answer to the question
>> 
>> how many client (client-ip) addresses are connected to a specific
worker?
>> 
>> ##
>> mod_status shows something like
>> 
>>   Srv   PID    Acc   M CPU   SS   Req Conn Child Slot     Client       

>> VHost                         Request
>>   0-0  21308 0/7/7   _ 0.00 15    5   0.0  0.01  0.01 02.client.de  
>> apache.local GET /sample HTTP/1.0
>>   1-0  21309 0/12/12 _ 0.02 38    1   0.0  0.02  0.02 01.client.de  
>> apache.local GET /status HTTP/1.0
>>   2-0  21310 0/6/6   _ 0.01 50    1   0.0  0.01  0.01 01.client.de  
>> apache.local GET /status HTTP/1.0
>>   3-0  21311 0/9/9   _ 0.01 57    1   0.0  0.02  0.02 01.client.de  
>> apache.local GET /balancer-manager HTTP/1.0
>>   4-0  21312 0/7/7   W 0.01 0     0   0.0  0.01  0.01 02.client.de  
>> apache.local GET /status HTTP/1.0
>>   5-0  21316 0/6/6   _ 0.01 34    1   0.0  0.01  0.01 01.client.de  
>> apache.local GET /status HTTP/1.0
>>   6-0  -     0/0/3   . 0.00 92717 0   0.0  0.00  0.00 127.0.0.1     
>> apache.local OPTIONS * HTTP/1.0
>>   7-0  -     0/0/5   . 0.00 92716 0   0.0  0.00  0.02 127.0.0.1     
>> apache.local OPTIONS * HTTP/1.0
>>   8-0  21503 0/7/7   _ 0.02 268   3   0.0  0.02  0.02 01.client.de  
>> apache.local GET /balancer-manager HTTP/1.0
>>   9-0  16383 0/3/3   _ 0.00 13    4   0.0  0.00  0.00 02.client.de  
>> apache.local GET /sample/ HTTP/1.0
>>   10-0 16384 0/4/4   _ 0.00 9     28  0.0  0.01  0.01 02.client.de  
>> apache.local GET /sample/pages/sample.jsf HTTP/1.0
>>   11-0 16385 0/3/3   _ 0.00 4     1   0.0  0.01  0.01 01.client.de  
>> apache.local GET /status HTTP/1.0
>> 
>> ##
>> mod_proxy_balancer shows something like
>> 
>>   Type Sticky Sessions Force Sticky Sessions Retries LB Method  Locking

>> Recover Wait Time Max Reply Timeouts
>>   lb   True            False                 2       Request  
Optimistic
>> 60                0
>> 
>>   Good Degraded Bad/Stopped Busy Max Busy Next Maintenance
>>   1    1        0           0    1        58/120
>> 
>>    Balancer Members [Hide]
>> 
>>            Name   Type       Host               Addr          Act 
State 
>> D F M V Acc Err CE RE  Wr   Rd  Busy Max Route RR Cd Rs
>>   [E|R]  eco75st1 ajp13 app:18009 10.80.1.10:18009 ACT OK/IDLE 0 1 1 0
2 
>> 0   0  0  1.1K 6.1K 0    1   jvm1       0/0
>>   [E|R]  eco75st2 ajp13 app:28009 10.80.1.10:28009 DIS OK/IDLE 0 1 1 0
0 
>> 0   0  0  0    0    0    0   jvm2       0/0
>> 
>> 
>> Thanks for any ideas in advance.
>> 
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