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From Aaron Sonntag <aa...@sonntag.org>
Subject [users@httpd] apache 2.2 mod_status - Total Accesses is successfully served throughput?
Date Thu, 14 Oct 2010 18:33:12 GMT
I have Apache 2.2.14 with mod_status running as a proxy for an
application server.  Ultimately I would like to measure the actual
number of requests successfully served by Apache (successful meaning
an entry in the access log is written, be it 404, 200, 500, etc).  One
way to do this is to count the number of access log entries in a
period of time, per second, per minute but I have setup mod_status
with the intention of gathering this information on 2 minute
intervals.  Is Total Accesses a reflection of requests
successfully/actually served?  I've tried to correlate Total Accesses
with access log entries but it's not a clear relationship.  Looking at
the mail archives there were similar discussions stretching back to
1996, but nothing specifically around the details of Total Accesses or
successfully served request count.  The docs don't detail the meaning
of this statistic either.

Thank you in advance for your time,

--aaron

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