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From Fred Miller <fjmiller11apa...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Making delay in apache
Date Thu, 02 Jan 2014 13:51:59 GMT
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On Tue, Dec 31, 2013 at 5:14 AM, samaneh berenjian <sama.scientist@aut.ac.ir
> wrote:

> hi Ali,
>
> The problem of me is not how to process the modsecurity logs. My problem
> is how to make apache sleep or delay configuration? For example, tell
> apache to wait  10 seconds before responding to any request
>
> On Sun, 12/29/2013 07:20 PM, Ali Majdzadeh &lt;ali.majdzadeh@gmail.com&gt;
> wrote:
>
> Samaneh,
> Hi
> If you intend to develop some sort of a log manager program in order to
> process mod_security logs, it would be better to pipe Apache logs into a
> log manager daemon in order to process them simultaneously. Being the logs
> processed, you would be able to store the results into a database or do
> whatever the program is intended to. I think, the required architecture for
> these sort of problems is similar to what Snort and Barnyard2 have applied.
>
> Regards,
> Ali Majdzadeh Kohbanani
>
>
>
>
> 2013/12/29 samaneh berenjian <sama.scientist@aut.ac.ir>
>
>> hi dear users,
>>
>> I have installed modsecurity on my apache server. When ever a bad request
>> is logged by modsecurity, i process the logs of modsecurity logfile. Ihave
>> set modsecurity in detection only mode and i want apache to not to response
>> to bad request when i am processing the log of bad request.
>>
>> Is anyone aware of some type of apache sleep or delay configuration that will
>> easily allow me to configure this? For example, tell apache to wait  10
>> seconds before responding to any request.
>>
>
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